Speaking to the press after the meeting with Nehammer, Vulin underlined that Serbia and Austria have common enemies, and these are organised crime and terrorism.
He said that they also spoke about the migrant crisis and its consequences and noted that Serbia is not the primary destination for migrants, but that does not mean that our country should shift the burden of the crisis on other countries and not fight against illegal migrations.
Vulin said that he agreed with Nehammer that the solution is not for any country becomes “a parking” for migrants, but that we should fight together to prevent migrants from coming to the territory of our countries.
Vulin also thanked the Austrian government on its engagement in the KFOR contingent in Kosovo-Metohija and underlined that for Serbia, KFOR and UNMIK are the only official recognised organs of authority in the province, as well as EULEX in its police element.
Nehammer expressed gratitude on behalf of the Austrian government on Serbia’s efforts in the protection of borders because in that way, the border and security of Austria is protected as well.
He said that the Austrian policemen safeguard the border of Serbia together with their Serbian colleagues and that for them, that is a very valuable and important experience.