Slovenia, Italy and Germany on Security of Future South EU Border

Ljubljana, 2 March - The meeting between the Italian, German and Slovene interior ministers on Friday focused on the security of what will be the future Southern border of the EU, the Slovene-Croatian border. Among the issues discussed including problems faced in maintaining security, including organised crime and illegal migrations. The establishment of the Schengen border and assistance between the countries was also on the agenda.

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