Around 4,500 people from countries including Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan have entered Bosnia this year.
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"We can't finance it and it happens that I really have nothing to make for them to eat," said Pajezetovic, stirring cauldrons of cabbage broth. He said nobody from Bosnia's institutions has offered any help.More than a million migrants crossed into Europe from North Africa and the Middle East in 2015 causing a crisis for the European Union, but relatively few went through Bosnia.Governmental authorities, who say that up to 40 percent of the migrants entering Bosnia have remained in the country, moved those sleeping rough in the capital Sarajevo to a southern refugee center last week. Bosnia has strengthened border controls and pledged to accommodate all migrants who apply for asylum.The Croatian police have increased patrols along its 1,000-kilometer-long border with neighboring Bosnia.
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