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Michele Voyer on Refugee Complications on Slovenian-Croatian Border

Ljubljana, 17 July - The head of the Ljubljana office of the UN High Commission for Refugees, Michele Voyer, made a statement with regard to three trains of refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina, which were stopped before the Slovenian border. She said that the refugees were still at the railway stations in Savski Marof and Zaprešić, and the Ljubljana and Zagreb Office for Refugees were sparing no effort to solve this problem, if possible within Croatia, which is the refugees' first country of transit.

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