Slovenia: New government pledges to demolish fence on border with Croatia

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Slovenia’s new government has vowed to tear down the controversial fence along the country’s border with Croatia by the end of the year. The Ministry of Interior today confirmed the relevant planning to the Slovenian news agency STA.

The fence was erected in 2015, when thousands of refugees – many of them from Syria – were trying to reach Central Europe via the Balkans. His goal was to stem the tide of illegal immigration.

The fence, which stretches 200km along the border with Croatia (670km), came under fire when many people were injured in the sharp barbed wire. In the meantime, there have been complaints from humanitarian organizations about the illegal repulsion of refugees and migrants by border guards.

The new Slovenian leadership, sworn in eight days ago, has vowed to tear down the fence in the wake of a governing coalition agreement. The government formed under Prime Minister Robert Golomb consists of the Liberal Freedom Movement, the Social Democrats and the Left.

In the future, Slovenia’s borders with Croatia will be monitored by drones and cameras, as envisaged in the Golomb government’s plans.

Source: ΑΠΕ-ΜΠΕ

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