After abduction, govt urged to protect Schengen border, people

Ljubljana/Črnomelj/Sibiu, 9 May - Following the abduction of an elderly man by illegal migrants Wednesday, centre-right parties and groups of locals living along the border have urged the government to protect the Schengen border with Croatia to prevent illegal entries. PM Marjan Šarec has responded by saying the national security system works.

Democrat (SDS) leader Janez Janša.
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Sibiu, Romania
Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Šarec arriving at an informal EU summit.
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MEP Ljudmila Novak (EPP/NSi).
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Tovornik, Croatia
Migrants on the Serbian-Croatian border during the refugee crisis in 2015.
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