Fifty-five Czech police officers departed for foreign missions in Macedonia and Serbia on Monday where they will serve until September 11, when they will rotate out. The news was confirmed by the police president Petr Petřík. The Czech officers will help guard Macedonia’s border with Greece and Serbia’s with Bulgaria. The move is part of a continuing operation in response to the migration crisis.
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