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22.07.16We would like to remind road users that difficulties in traffic are expected on 30 July 2016 in Ljubljana and the Gorenjska region - information update

  Slovenian president Borut Pahor has invited Russian president Vladimir Putin to attend the commemoration to mark 100th anniversary of the Russian Chapel, which will take place on 30 July 2016 below  Vršič. All the necessary measures have been put in place by the competent government services to ensure security, given the attendance at such a high level, as well as to minimize inconvenience for the citizens.   On Saturday, 30 July 2016, traffic delays are expected in Slovenia in Ljubljana and the Gorenjska region because of the ceremony at the Russian Chapel (Kranjska Gora, Vršič). Road users are advised not to make any travel plans in the Gorenjska region and Ljubljana for that day. However, if you do need to travel there, plan your route ahead and prepare for possible delays.

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13.07.16Traffic disruptions in the Gorenjska region and the city of Ljubljana on 30 July 2016

On Saturday, 30 July 2016, traffic delays are expected in Ljubljana and the Gorenjska region because of the ceremony at the Russian Chapel. People are advised not to make any travel plans in the Gorenjska region and Ljubljana for that day. However, if you do need to travel there, make sure you are prepared for possible delays and adjust your speed to the traffic flow.

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12.07.16Police 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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05.07.16An invitation to tender for the purchase of dogs for operational work

In accordance with the Rules on the acquisition, disposal and management of service animals by the Police, no. 024-162/2015/6 (21-04) as of 7 April 2016 (hereinafter referred to as the Rules), the Police publish an invitation to tender for the purchase of dogs for operational work.

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27.06.16Slovenian Police – in service of people for 25 years
24.06.16An invitation to tender for the purchase of horses for operational work

In accordance with the Rules on the acquisition, disposal and management of service animals by the Police, no. 024-162/2015/6 (21-04) as of 7 April 2016 (hereinafter referred to as the Rules), the Police publish an invitation to tender for the purchase of horses for operational work.

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23.06.16Interpol calls for public’s help in operation targeting people smugglers

Lyon, France – An Interpol operation targeting the criminal networks behind people smuggling, which has already led to 26 arrests, is now calling on the public’s help to locate and bring the remaining fugitives to justice.

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01.06.16Press releases in May 2016 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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04.05.16Slovenian police officers deployed to Greece

On 29 April 2016, Slovenia deployed eight police officers to the Island of Lesbos, Greece, in a joint operation coordinated by Frontex (the Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the EU).

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29.04.16Press releases in April 2016 in Connection with Current Migration Flows
18.04.16Police Academy hosts ENP meeting

On 14 March 2016, marking the 27th anniversary of the European Network of Policewomen (ENP), a special course was held for policewomen from six countries at the Police Academy, Ljubljana, Slovenia. The 20 participants came from Ireland, Denmark, Lithuania, Germany, Spain and Slovenia.

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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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29.03.16A fourth group of police officers deployed to Macedonia

The Slovenian police are sending a fourth group of seven police officers and one female officer to Macedonia from 30 March to 29 April 2016 to carry out joint controls of crossing the state border on its territory, as part of the joint operation in the management of the increased migration flow.

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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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