Slovenia to set up accommodation for additional 2,000 refugees

Brussels, 29 October - Slovenia has promised to provide 2,000 additional places for refugees as part of a cross-national effort to expand refugee accommodation along the Balkan route by 50,000. Some 12,000 places were pledged in the first teleconference of the countries along the route on Thursday. Additional 50,000 slots are to be set up in Greece.

Refugees in Dobova.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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