The Czech Republic will send further financial aid to Bosnia and Herzegovina to help deal with migrant crisis and improve border security, the news site Novinky reported on Friday.
The proposal drafted by the Ministry of the Interior envisages aid to the tune of 25 million crowns. It is expected to win approval since the Czech stance to the migrant crisis is based on tightening border security and resolving the problem outside of Europe by helping the countries of migrant origin.
The proposal to provide financial aid to Bosnia and Herzegovina has also won support from the foreign affairs committee of the lower house.
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