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10.02.16Police 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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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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03.01.16Slovakian police officers complete their work in Slovenia

Twenty Slovakian police officers, who were working at the Gruškovje and Središče ob Dravi reception centres as well as the Podlehnik, Gorišnica and Ormož police stations, completed their mission in Slovenia.

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31.12.15Press releases in December 2015 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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29.12.15Information on the refusal of entry to a group of migrants on the border with Austria

In response to numerous questions referring to the refusal of entry to a group of migrants, we would like to explain that the Austrian law enforcement authorities, due to the raised threat level in the country, have stepped up security measures. The registration procedures for migrants entering their country have been tightened.

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23.12.15Bulgarian police officers help Slovenian colleagues

The Republic of Bulgaria police were among the police forces that responded to the request made by Slovenian Minister of the Interior Vesna Györkös Žnidar to help manage migration flows in Slovenia.

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16.12.15Operation Blue Amber against organised crime results in nearly 900 arrests in 2015

Nearly 900 arrests and 7.7 tonnes of drugs seized: these are only a few of the final results from Operation Blue Amber, a series of international actions in 2015 led by EU Member States and supported by Europol. Operation Blue Amber is a unique operation that led to law enforcement officers from 28 EU Member States, 32 non-EU countries and other international partners joining forces to disrupt organised crime groups and their criminal infrastructure. In 2015, several simultaneous interventions and action weeks took place across the world.

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04.12.15High representatives of the Slovenian, Serbian, Macedonian and Greek police pledge to enhance cooperation in managing increased migration

The police chiefs gathered at Brdo pri Kranju on 4 December 2015 at the invitation of Marjan Fank, Director General of the Slovenian Police, to discuss stepping up control at the borders in light of the increased migration flow felt by the four countries.

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02.12.15French police officers complete their mission in Slovenia

Five members of the French National Police who served at the reception centre in Gruškovje between 9 and 29 November 2015 completed their mission in Slovenia.

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01.12.15Hungarian Police Chief pays visit to his officers helping the Slovenian police to manage migration

On 30 November 2015, Karoly Papp, Director General of the Hungarian Police, paid a visit to the Hungarian police officers who were assisting the Slovenian police in managing the migration flow and protecting the Schengen border.

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30.11.15Press releases in November 2015 in Connection with Current Migration Flows

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18.11.15Fank: Tense security situation is no time for heated statements or actions

In view of today's start of police strike, Government's decision to continue negotiations with both police trade unions and exchange of heated statements, the Director General of the Police, Marjan Fank, voiced his expectation that the players involved and the individuals responsible will help defuse the situation instead of adding fuel to the fire. The current situation requires all players to show full commitment and responsible social engagement and refrain from flexing muscles.

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