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Migrants:Serbian media,Palestinian ambassador's visa scandal

For wealthy Middle Eastern migrants,prices up to 5000 euros

24 November, 12:14

(ANSA) - BELGRADE - According to Serbian daily Blic, since the migrant crisis began, Palestinian ambassador to Serbia Mohamed Nabhan - using his diplomatic position and high-level contacts - has provided a large number of wealthy migrants from the Middle East with visa to enter the country at high prices, between 3,000 and 5,000 euros.

The daily reported it was wealthy citizens - mostly from Palestine, Syria, Iraq and Jordan - who took advantage of Serbian visa, apt to facilitate and shorten the journey to the countries of Western Europe, and in far less precarious conditions.

Between January and June, according to the daily newspaper, quoting sources inside the security services, the Palestinian Embassy in Belgrade forwarded to Serbian Foreign Affairs Ministry at least 43 notes (for 122 people) applying for a visa, and ambassador Nabhan has personally intervened to favour 24 Middle Eastern citizens.(ANSA).

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