Slovenia Could Face Influx in Asylum Seekers as Hungary Builds Wall
Ljubljana, 24 August - The Interior Ministry believes the number of asylum seekers in Slovenia might increase following Hungary's decision to build a wall along its border with Serbia. The country has drafted an action plan for this scenario, but it is still unclear how it would respond if refugees started arriving en masse.
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