Two Pakistani Nationals Charged with Smuggling Migrants

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ZAGREB, March 29, 2018 – The anti-corruption agency USKOK has indicted two Pakistani nationals on the suspicion that they transferred 42 migrants from Serbia to Croatia and 33 migrants from Croatia to Slovenia, earning around 24,000 euro in the process.

The men are charged with conspiring, from August to September 2017 in Zagreb, with unidentified persons from abroad to transfer a larger number of migrants from Serbia to Croatia, for 1,000 euro per person, as well as to organise their reception and accommodation in Zagreb and transfer them further to Slovenia. After unknown persons transferred the migrants across the Serbian-Croatian border, the accused drove them to Zagreb, from where they took some of the migrants to Slovenia.

They are charged with transferring, on 16 occasions, 42 foreign nationals from Serbia to Croatia, and 33 from Croatia to Slovenia, earning 24,350 euro in total.

In its indictment, USKOK has proposed extending investigative custody for the two men.


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