LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — Slovenia will arrange non permanent services for dealing with migrant arrivals on the border with Croatia, citing a surge in arrivals, the federal government introduced Thursday.
Authorities will put up a fence, two lodging containers, tents and sanitary services on the former border crossing in Obrezje, state-owned STA information company reported.
The official border checkpoint with Croatia was eliminated final yr when Slovenia’s japanese neighbor joined Europe’s free-travel Schengen space. However some border management has been reintroduced due to elevated migration by the area.
Slovenia has reported a surge in crossings of migrants from the Center East, Asia and Africa searching for methods to succeed in Western Europe. Italy, Slovenia and Croatia have agreed to cooperate to curb migration by the three neighboring nations.
Slovenia’s authorities mentioned the non permanent services for migrants might be arrange as a result of native police stations within the space lack the capability to cope with the inflow of migrants.
The association will final for now not than three years, the federal government mentioned.
Migrants come to Slovenia from Croatia after passing alongside the so-called Balkan land route that leads from Turkey to Greece or Bulgaria after which on towards North Macedonia, Serbia and Bosnia.
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