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Gates Up on Joras's Path

Seńćovlje, 4 June - The Slovenian citizen living in a disputed strip of borderland between Slovenia and Croatia who has been prevented from reaching his home from Slovenian-controlled territory can now access his home freely. The planters blocking Josko Joras's path were replaced by gates early on Wednesday, his support group said.

Secovlje
Planters blocking the path to Josko Joras's home are pushed aside to make way for a gate.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Josko Joras, a Slovenian living in a disputed stretch of borderland between Slovenia and Croatia, gets free access to his home as a gate is put up where planters have so far blocked his way.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Planters blocking the path to Josko Joras's home are pushed aside to make way for a gate.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Planters blocking the path to Josko Joras's home are pushed aside to make way for a gate.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Planters blocking the path to Josko Joras's home are pushed aside to make way for a gate.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

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