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English19/02/2019

GALIJASEVIC: SERVICE FOR FOREIGNERS’ AFFAIRS TOTALLY FAILING

 

SARAJEVO, February 19 /SRNA/ - Security expert Dzevad Galijasevic told Srna that defeated Al Qaeda and so-called Islamic State militants have arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina and that it is not a tide of migrants but “some kind of a terrorist invasion on BiH,” which the joint institutions are accepting.

 

Commenting on information from the BiH Service for Foreigners’ Affairs that among the migrants registered since the beginning of the year there were five Afghans brought in connection with terrorism, Galijasevic pointed out the threat was much bigger than it seemed.

"There are many persons with false identities here,” Galijasevic said.

He noted that 30,000 people had gone through BiH who had not been identified properly and that there was no data about them that could be obtained from other services.

"The Service for Foreigners’ Affairs has completely failed. The way those people entered BiH without any valid documents should not be allowed. There was also the breach of the law on aliens which regulates when and under which terms they could enter the country and with what kind of identity documents. There are people who enter the country with several mobile phones, bank cards, and no IDs or passports from their own country,” said Galijasevic.

He added that some of those persons, not too many though, could be identified by the exchange of biometric data or data obtained from certain countries they had already gone through.

"We now have people who are a big source of threat and who present new missionaries too. Many of them will hide here and stay. Their goal, the proclaimed goal, is not reaching the EU. It is to some of them, but many have been invited here to stay. We are facing some serious problems and the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs has made some major mistakes and omissions,” underlined Galijasevic.

The expert claims that Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have a single institution that could monitor those people, resocialise them and try to include them in the society.

"This entry into the country has practically been agreed, regardless of how much it puts us at risk,” stated Galijasevic. /end/ds