Every Sixth Household Has Member from Former Yugoslavia

Ljubljana, 29 October - Migrations from the former Yugoslav republics has significantly marked the social structure in Slovenia in the last 40 years. Of almost 170,000 immigrants recorded by the 2002 census, over 150,000 came from the former Yugoslavia, the Statistics Office said on Wednesday.

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