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Schengen calculator 26 October 2022

The temporary reintroduction of controls at Slovenia's internal borders with Croatia and Hungary have been extended for another six months, up to and including 21 December 2024. Controls will continue to be carried out in such a way as to minimise the negative impact on travellers, the environment, the economy and the local border population.

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia issued the Ordinance on the temporary reintroduction of controls at the internal borders of the Republic of Slovenia with the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Hungary at its meeting on 19 June 2024.

Statement by the Minister of the Interior Boštjan Poklukar

Interior Minister Boštjan Poklukar announced the government's decision in a press statement. More information: Border controls with Croatia and Hungary extended until 21 December 2024

Border crossings on the border with Croatia and Hungary where border can be crossed.

Information for travellers

In order to cross the border, travellers are required to present a valid travel document. They should therefore check the validity of their travel documents beforehand.

Travellers should observe the conditions for crossing the border at specific border crossing points, follow a changed traffic regime and instructions of police officers.

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