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Situation on border remains complicated

Gruškovje/Ljubljana, 14 March - The situation on Slovenia's borders with Italy and Croatia remains complicated as different countries have opted for different levels of border checks to contain the coronavirus epidemic. There are long lines of lorries in particular on the border with Croatia, but the authorities say they are working to address the situation.

Gruškovje
Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec inspects the situation at the Gruškovje border crossing with Croatia where long lines of vehicles, in particular lorries, have formed due to measures taken in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Gruškovje
Gruškovje border crossing.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Gruškovje
Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec inspects the situation at the Gruškovje border crossing with Croatia where long lines of vehicles, in particular lorries, have formed due to measures taken in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

Gruškovje
Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec inspects the situation at the Gruškovje border crossing with Croatia where long lines of vehicles, in particular lorries, have formed due to measures taken in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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