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Due to the current migration situation we have decided to post some information on the work of the Slovenian police in the area of border issues and foreigners. It contains especially explanation on those tasks and responsibilities that refer to foreigners who cross the state border illegally.

 

More information is available on Slovenian page

 

 

 

 

Border Crossings

 

Here we also post all notices and explanations of the police in connection with arrivals and accommodation of foreigners in Slovenia.

 

 

Press releases 

 

22. 7. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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18. 7. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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12. 7. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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7. 7. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

7. 7. 2016: Common European Asylum System and solidarity at the top of the informal council agenda (press release of Ministry of the Interior)

 

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4. 7. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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29. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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17. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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10. 6. 2016: Justice and Home Affairs Council Meeting focuses on migration (press release of Ministry of the Interior)

 

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9. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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6. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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3. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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1. 6. 2016: Number of migrants accommodated in Slovenia

 

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Notice for media representatives

 

Visits to border crossing points, reception centres and other locations for the accommodation of migrants are limited, i.e. have to be arranged in advance with the Public Relations Division at the General Police Directorate - contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

When accessing the areas where movement of persons is temporarily restricted, media representatives and any other visitors must get accredited. Media representatives obtain press passes.

Photographing and recording is only allowed from publicly accessible areas. Please make sure that you do not obstruct the police and other services in doing their job and that you precisely follow all instructions of police representatives.

 

 

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