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IN SLOVENIA 25. 04. 2019.   >>  17:51 0

IN SLOVENIA

Settlements near the border, require more police

Slovenian Interior Minister Bostjan Poklukar visited Ilirska Bistrica on Wednesday to assure city officials and locals the police are doing their job in protecting the border.

This did not convince the locals to cancel a protest rally scheduled for Saturday in Jelsane, a border town where the state is to set up a registration centre for migrants.

As the STA reports, the locals would like to see more police officers patrol the border so that fewer migrants manage to enter Slovenia illegally from Croatia.

They say this would make them feel safer, as they now run into illegal migrants even in their yards, with women and children fearing to go out, especially by night.

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