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A Human Rights Watch report published on Tuesday alleged that Croatian border police have been threatening, beating, insulting and extorting money and valuables from migrants and refugees, and pushing them back into Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Croatia has denied the allegations against the police, according to the report.
Dacic will attend the opening of the Consulate of Serbia in Seville, while in Malaga he will participate in the OSCE Mediterranean Conference.
The opening ceremony of the Consulate, with Honorary Consul Juan Manuel Contreras, will be held on October 24.
Dacic will participate in the OSCE Mediterranean Conference on October25-26 in Malaga.
Some 1,000 people in the Bosnian town of Bihac, on the border with Croatia, staged their third consecutive evening protest on Monday, demanding that state-level officials find a proper solution to the rise in the number of migrants and refugees arriving in the area.
People of Bihac gathered in the town centre, demanding the relocation of migrants and refugees Photo: Courtesy of N1