Bulgaria detains 39 Syrians near the Serbian border

By REUTERS
September 4, 2015 11:10

 
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SOFIA - Bulgaria detained 39 Syrians in a forest near the western town of Pernik after they were apparently abandoned on a motorway as they tried to make it from Bulgaria into neighboring Serbia, the district governor said on Friday.

"They do not have documents," Pernik governor Irena Sokolova said. "These are people who have passed the primary interviews and procedures required for granting them refugee status.

"They are currently at the police station where fingerprints will be taken in order to identify them."

Valentin Buchinski, the director of the district directorate of the police in Pernik, said they were Syrian.

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