Croatian President Rules Out Sending Troops to Border Amid Migrant Buildup | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Croatian President Rules Out Sending Troops to Border Amid Migrant Buildup

Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said Friday he was opposed to deploying troops to the border, arguing that the migrant surge on the EU’s frontier did not threaten the nation.

"[Sending] the army to the border is not relevant to the present situation", the president said after the Balkan nation’s security council met to discuss the migrant buildup on the Turkish border with Greece.
Croatia sent troops to guard one of the EU’s longest external borders amid the 2015 migrant influx. Milanovic said military presence was not needed this time because migrants did not threaten Croatia’s sovereignty.

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