About 2,000 beds have been prepared, which is enough for now, he said while visiting the Zagreb reception point at Plitvice Motel.
At the reception points, members of the Red Cross register the refugees and give them refugee cards before sending them to the accommodation destinations, Trut said.
“Of the 63 who have entered Croatia, most are being accommodated (at) their friends, their families or their properties,” he added.
Trut said Croatia had sufficient accommodation facilities for refugees. “As the need increases, we’ll open more. We are a tourist country, we have hotels, campsites, homes, resorts.”
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