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Slovenian, Italian police launch joint border patrols

Koper, 1 July - The Slovenian and Italian police forces started jointly patrolling the countries' border today in a bid to control illegal migration. The measure taken under an agreement signed by Slovenia and Italy is expected to be in place until 30 September.

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The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

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The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Lipica
The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Lipica
The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Lipica
The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Lipica
The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

Lipica
The Slovenian and Italian police forces will be jointly patrolling the countries' border as of Monday in a bid to control illegal migration.
Photo: Rosana Rijavec/STA

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