Serbia and Croatia's interior ministers Nebojsa Stefanovic and Ranko Ostojić met on Wednesday night in Belgrade and talked about a migration crisis in the region, the Serbian MUP said.

Stefanovic and Ostojić agreed that the police of the two countries would stay in constant communication so that through the exchange of information they would follow the situation after Hungary's decision to block the border and the conflict on Wednesday with Hungarian immigration officials at the Horgos transition.

More details of the meeting of the two ministers were not announced, and as HINA unofficially learned from sources close to the Serbian MUP, he noted, inter alia, that both Serbia and Croatia "have a mutual interest in co-operation between the two police in the border zone foresee and prevent any incidents and minimize the risk ".

Hungary has closed border crossings with Serbia, so the migrants have changed their way so that from Monday morning they enter the territory of the European Union crossing border crossings between Serbia and Croatia or illegally entering the territory of Croatia.

Ostojic said earlier on Wednesday that he could expect around 4.000 refugees in the next few days and that "Croatia can withstand the first wave of 1.500 people in one day".