Cooperating on migrant crisis: Vulin meets with Orizio

Serbia’s Minister of Labour, Employment and Veteran and Social Affairs Aleksandar Vulin on Thursday met with the new head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, Andrea Orizio, to discuss the cooperation achieved and the organisation’s activities in the country, including the migrant problems.

Vulin and Orizio discussed the current migrant crisis and efforts to deal with the consequences of the large inflow of migrants over the past two years.

Orizio took note of the Serbian government’s good treatment of the migrant population.

He also highlighted the significance of cooperation aimed at improving the position of people accommodated at social protection institutions.

Welcoming Orizio as the new OSCE Mission head, Vulin noted the organisation was a very significant partner of Serbia in all areas, and expressed gratitude for all assistance and support provided to date.

(Tanjug, 22.12.2016)

http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=293395

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