More illegal migrants were detained yesterday in the capital Sofia. They were found in a house located at Vrachanki Street in the Banishora district. A number of 35 migrants were illegally living in the house. They were caught during an operation of the Directorate of Internal Affairs.
The apartment’s owner submitted the complaint yesterday, arrived to collect the rent. For some time, a Syrian national living in the nation had been given the building on rent. 15 other people were living in the home, according to the owner.
When he saw another 15 people, he immediately called the police to report it. The police discovered that migrants living in the house were recently reported missing from the Voenna Rampa refugee camps.
To detain the migrants, several troops were sent to the area. They were all driven in police buses to the police station in Sofia. All of them admitted to being Syrian nationalists during the investigation. Police are investigating the situation because they are concerned about whether more Syrian migrants are hiding in the region.
Multiple refugee instances were recorded in a single month, and Syrian migrants were captured in each one, putting the Police department and Border police on high alert. They are travelling through the Bulgarian-Turkish border, where surveillance is difficult because of the dense forest cover, which gives refugees an advantage to sneak past border guards and security measures easily.
The police have increased security in areas like the Trakia highway and Vrasta, where migrant activities are most frequently reported, in order to decrease illegal immigration into the nation. Police patrols rigorously inspect every vehicle that approaches Trakia Road to prevent unlawful migration since these actions have occasionally disturbed the peace in the area and even proved fatal for security agencies and Bulgarian citizens.