Crossing the Balkans to the European Union, the exiles generally avoid Bosnia–Herzegovina. Going through the country does indeed adds only additional difficulties and borders. The asylum procedure is not functional and integration prospects virtually nil, and exiles may be confined in detention indefinitely without having the possibility to exercise their rights. A readmission agreement with Serbia allows returning such of them who went there. Under these conditions, several protest movements were carried out inside the detention center of Lukavica, the only one in the country.
This is confirmed by the testimony of an exile detained in Lukavica and returned in Serbia, published on the blog No Border Serbia (in English):