Auxiliary Police Call-Up Following Refugee Influx Only Second Ever
Ljubljana, 5 October - The government called up in late September auxiliary police to help the force cope with an influx of refugees, which was only the second time in Slovenia's history that the help of police reserves was needed. The only other time the reserves were called up was for the visit of Pope John Paul II in 1996.
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