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Slovenia, Croatia Setting Up Joint Border Control

Zagreb, 12 June - The Slovenian and Croatian interior ministers, Gregor Virant and Ranko Ostojić, signed an agreement in Zagreb on Wednesday to set up joint border control points enabling easier crossing of the border after 1 July, when Croatia joins the EU. This will be possible on 33 of the 57 border crossings.

Zagreb, Croatia
The Slovenian and Croatian interior ministers, Gregor Virant (left) and Ranko Ostojić (right), sign an agreement on joint border control points to facilitate crossing of the border after 1 July, when Croatia joins the EU
Photo: Hina/STA

Zagreb, Croatia
The Slovenian and Croatian interior ministers, Gregor Virant (left) and Ranko Ostojić (right), sign an agreement on joint border control points to facilitate crossing of the border after 1 July, when Croatia joins the EU
Photo: Hina/STA

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