En Bosnie-Herzégovine, "les clandestins marchent la nuit au fond de la vallée, en se cachant comme des bêtes sauvages"

Migrants walk outside an abandoned building in the main park of the North-Western Bosnia town of Velika Kladusa on May 10, 2018. The building is being refitted with infrastructure to accept African-Asian migrants who make their stop in Bihac, where they rest before continuing "the final Bosnian leg" on their journey towards Velika Kladusa, a Bosnian town at the Bosnia - Croatia border. Until recently, Bosnia and its mountainous terrain were avoided by migrants travelling from northern Africa, Middle East or Asia, who, despite the closure of EU borders in March 2016, continued to pass through the Balkans. But, since late 2017 Bosnia is facing the passage of hundreds of migrants, becoming a leg of a new "Balkans route." / AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC
Migrants walk outside an abandoned building in the main park of the North-Western Bosnia town of Velika Kladusa on May 10, 2018. The building is being refitted with infrastructure to accept African-Asian migrants who make their stop in Bihac, where they rest before continuing "the final Bosnian leg" on their journey towards Velika Kladusa, a Bosnian town at the Bosnia - Croatia border. Until recently, Bosnia and its mountainous terrain were avoided by migrants travelling from northern Africa, Middle East or Asia, who, despite the closure of EU borders in March 2016, continued to pass through the Balkans. But, since late 2017 Bosnia is facing the passage of hundreds of migrants, becoming a leg of a new "Balkans route." / AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC ©AFP
Jean-Arnault Dérens et Laurent Geslin Correspondants dans les Balkans
Des milliers de migrants convergent vers la Bosnie, espérant pénétrer en Croatie. La solidarité des citoyens bosniens risque d’être bien vite dépassée si les migrants continuent à arriver par ici. 

Les voitures sont rares sur les routes de la Lika, une région déshéritée de l’est de la Croatie, flanquée sur les frontières de la Bosnie-Herzégovine, autrefois siège des séparatistes de la République serbe de Krajina. Les villages désertés portent encore les traces des combats de l’été 1995,

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