Slovenia and Romania Sign Agreements to Combat Organised Crime and Re-admit Illegal Migrants
Bucharest, 4 October - Slovenia and Romania signed on Wednesday two agreements to jointly fight organised crime and terrorism, and to take in persons who have illegally entered either of the countries signatories. The agreements were signed by State Secretary to the Slovene Ministry of the Interior Vinko Gorenak, Director General of the Slovene Police Marko Pogorevc and Romanian Interior Ministry officials.
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