Slovene and Croatian Police Agree on Joint Measures to Stop Illegal Immigrants
Zagreb, 20 November - Slovene and Croatian police officials on Monday agreed upon joint measures to stop the wave of illegal immigrants from Croatia to Slovenia. The meeting in Zagreb, which was attended by Slovene Police Chief Marko Pogorevc and Croatian Deputy Minister Vladimir Faber, who is in charge of police, also agreed that Slovene and Croatian police would exchange on a regular basis information about illegal channels used by illegal immigrants to cross the border and that border police patrols would coordinate their work.
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