Cameras in the centers of the Malosvornik villages (photo)

Cameras in the centers of the Malosvornik villages (photo)

With good weather, the presence of migrants in the Swarnik region of Mali has increased, which is why the Municipal Security Council held a session today to discuss the current security situation at the local level.

Due to the agreement to allow immigrants and local people to take appropriate action to suppress illegal activities, the municipal leadership declared the Higher Public Prosecutor’s Office in Sabak, the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office in Losnica, the Court in Higher Sabak, the Losnica’s Basic Court, the police and the Border Police Station in Mali Switzerland.

Mali Swornik, Immigrants
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The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Iran, that it monitor Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”.

Municipality President Soren Javatik announced that local autonomy would seek to improve the safety of citizens and to store and install video surveillance in the centers of the Malosvornik villages where technical surveillance is carried out.

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Mali Swornik, Immigrants
Photo: / TI

Javitic reminded that the main street in Malosvornik is almost entirely under video surveillance and the cameras of the local community center are installed in several places, from the HPP “Swornik” to the bridge of Alexander I Karazorjevic connecting this municipality. With Swarni in the Republic Serpska.

For years, the municipality of Malosvornik has been on the path of migrants crossing the Drina on their way to Western Europe from the direction of Losnica and Bancha Koviljana. In good weather, there are more of them, they pass through villages, by road or by rail, group into forests, when the river water level drops, transfer them to boats that have already been used, or find new ones. The arrest of an organized criminal gang of 100 euros each for smuggling into neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina testifies that the immigrants are not resting and are seeing good returns on their transfers across the Drain.

Mali Swornik, Immigrants
Photo: / TI

The migrants are mostly young people, both Afghans and Pakistanis, who know where they are going and who to contact, and their smuggling includes people from both shores, as well as an immigrant who has lived in the area for a long time, experts say.

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