Croatia will allow refugees to pass through the country towards western Europe, the Prime Minister said today.
Zoran Milanovic confirmed around 150 people had entered Croatia from Serbia overnight.
"Croatia is entirely ready to receive or direct those people where they want to go, which is obviously Germany or Scandinavian countries," Milanovic said.
"They will be able to pass through Croatia and we will help, we're getting ready for that possibility."
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