EU provides humanitarian aid for refugees and migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

European Commission
Press release
Brussels, 29 November 2018

The European Commission has allocated an additional €500,000 to continue assisting the most vulnerable refugees and migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This additional funding brings EU humanitarian assistance in the Western Balkans to €31 million since the start of the refugee crisis in 2015, including €2 million for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018. “Refugees and migrants continue to arrive in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the EU is committed to provide humanitarian assistance to those in need, supporting the efforts of national and local authorities. Our humanitarian aid will provide food, water, emergency shelter, sanitation, health care and warm clothing" said Christos Stylianides, Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management. EU's humanitarian assistance is provided in locations such as Bihac, Velika Kladusa and Sarajevo. Background Over 22,000 refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants have arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018, of which around 4000 are currently...
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