After crossing Northern Macedonia and Serbia or Albania and Montenegro, the refugees on the Balkan route seek to reach the Bihac region, the gateway to the European Union.
In Bihać in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the closest city to the border of Croatia, migrants are experiencing an unacceptable humanitarian catastrophe in the Lipa refugee camp.
Today, nearly 8000 people are left stranded in Bosnia-Herzegovina, almost half of them in emergency situations. This is a "humanitarian disaster that could have been avoided if the Croatian and Bosnian authorities "had acted even before the Christmas period."
The solution is political. However, it is about saving the lives of hundreds of people. They face rain, wind, snow and sub 0 °C temperatures in the mountains.
Let's load a truck with warm clothes, shoes, and socks for women, men, and children, as well as hygienic products, blankets, tents, and non-perishable food products.
Drop off your parcels at the following address: Rue d'Arlon 104-1000 Brussels.
Call Pietro Emili (0485/925 681) or Nizija Hrustic (0465/469 277) to open the door.
Let's donate for migrants stranded in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the border with Croatia: account BE96 1030 7253 0305 The Community House of Europe-Support for migrants.
To be done by Saturday, March 5, 2021, at the latest!