Greece to relocate some 100 so-called “unaccompanied minors” to Serbia.

Greece to relocate some 100 so-called “unaccompanied minors” to Serbia.

Greece to relocate some 100 so-called “unaccompanied minors” to Serbia.

The Czechs had the common sense to reject this emotional blackmail, which is counterproductive and will only serve to lure more migrants to Europe.

“As a reliable partner, Serbia stands next to Greece ready to share the burden of the migration crisis and to help its strategic partner by caring for some migrant children,” Serbia’s Ambassador Dusan Spasojevic said.

How thoughtful 🤨… we will see how long they stay in Serbia. There is already new pressures on the Hungarian border.

– According to Greek news agency ANA, both the Greek and Serbian sides agreed on the relocation of some 100 unaccompanied children to Serbia with the selection process to be managed by the National Centre of Social Solidarity, while the implementaton of the move will involve the UN High Commission for Refugees and the International Migration Organisation.

Of course, the UN is involved.

“The participation of Serbia – a country that does not belong to the EU yet – in the relocation program for unaccompanied children is the start of activation of European countries for similar commitments,” Greece’s newly appointed Alternate Minister for Immigration Policy, George Koumoutsakos said.

* Despite the talk of the Greek government and EU Commission, there is no meaningful push to deport the migrants outside of Europe. It’s just not happening, nor do we see this changing under the current regime in Brussels. They believe they can “manage” migration.

Instead, they will continue to allow Europe to be overwhelmed into submission in order to commit the EU to mass migration.

The stage has been set but there is absolutely no European solidarity for mass migration or relocation quotas. The issue will continue to bitterly divide the EU.

With one party trying to force its ‘values’ on another, something is going to break soon. There will be no EU solution, at least not within its current form.