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29.04.16Police Activities in Connection with Current Migration Flows - available information

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.

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11.04.16Police work during migrant crisis

Since mid-September 2015, Slovenia, the Slovenian police and citizens have faced a migrant crisis, the vast extent of which was not anticipated. In its current state, the Slovenian police were able to manage the first wave of migrants in September independently, while the second wave exhausted the available reserves of personnel and we were forced to ask for assistance in resolving the issue, which greatly exceeded territorial borders of our country.

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01.04.16Press releases in March 2016 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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04.03.16Second Slovakian contingent completes its mission in Slovenia

The second group of twenty Slovakian police officers, who were helping out at the Šentilj accommodation centre between 4 February and 4 March 2016, completed their mission in Slovenia.

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03.03.16Discovery of Mesopotamian sculptures at the Gruškovje reception centre

On 4 November 2015, several votive sculptures of figures praying were found in one of the tents at the Gruškovje reception centre. They had been left behind by an unknown person.

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01.03.16Press releases in February 2016 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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26.02.16The objective of the common agreement on daily transit restriction is an effective management of current migration flows

In connection with some recent reports in the media about the number of migrants allowed to cross the border daily, it is important to explain that this is not a new agreement.

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25.02.16The first group of eight migrants return home voluntarily

Eight migrants, seven Iraqis and one Iranian, were flown to their countries of origin on 25 February 2016, after they had decided to return home.

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25.02.16A third group of Slovenian officers deployed to Macedonia

The Slovenian police are sending a third group of seven police officers, including a female officer, to work in Macedonia from 25 February to 25 March. The officers will carry out joint patrols and joint controls of crossing the state border, as part of the joint operation in the management of the increased migrant flow.

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18.02.16Fank: Uniform profiling for more effective regulation and reduction of migration flow

At the meeting in Zagreb on 18 February 2016, the police chiefs of Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia signed a declaration on uniform approach to profiling, registration and controlled passage of refugees and migrants from the Macedonia-Greece border to Austria and Germany.

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10.02.16Another six officers deployed to Macedonia

The Slovenian police are sending a second group of six police officers to Macedonia from 10 February to 11 March 2016 to carry out joint patrols and joint controls of crossing the state border, as part of the joint operation in the management of the increased migrant flow.

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31.01.16Press releases in January 2016 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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20.01.16We are still handing over migrants to Austrians as usual

Austrian security bodies are still receiving migrants in the agreed way, and have not limited their intake yet. Today, the Slovenian police have sent the first 500 foreigners to the entry point in Šentilj after registering them, where Austrian security bodies have begun to take in foreigners again. Reception procedures are still being carried out, and there has not been anything unusual so far.

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07.01.16Latvian and Austrian police contingents complete their mission

The contingents of Latvian and Austrian police, who had helped the Slovenian police deal with the influx of migrants, left Slovenia today.

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04.01.16Six police officers to help Macedonian police

The Slovenian Police deployed six members to serve in Macedonia between 5 January and 5 February and to conduct border patrolling together with Macedonian police patrols. Their deployment is part of a joint operation for the management of increased migrant influx.

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