Slovenia seeking "controlled" refugee inflow, fences an option, Cerar says
Ljubljana, 3 November - Prime Minister Miro Cerar suggested Slovenia would step up control of its Schengen border, including with fences if necessary, if the refugee flow does not abate. "Slovenia will not close its borders, but we want to successfully control this flow," he told the press on Tuesday.
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