Slovenia, un muro di filo spinato

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epa05020485 Members of the Slovenian army build the barbed wire barrier at Veliki Ormoz village,Slovenia border between Slovenia and Croatia, 11 November 2015. Slovenia on 11 November 2015 started building a fence along the border with Croatia to control the inflow of refugees, the media reported. Prime Minister Miro Cerar said a day earlier that the fence was necessary as EU measures on the border between Greece and Turkey failed to curb the inflow of people along the Balkan route.  EPA/ANTONIO BAT

Il premier Miro Cerar aveva annunciato che gli ‘ostacoli tecnici’ dovranno essere di aiuto per una migliore gestione dell’afflusso dei migranti

L’esercito sloveno ha cominciato oggi a disporre filo spinato in alcune parti del confine con la Croazia per controllare l’afflusso di migranti. Dopo l’annuncio di ieri del premier Miro Cerar, gli ‘ostacoli tecnici’ cominciano a ergersi a Sotla pri Velikem Obrezu (comune di Brezice) e al valico di Grbina (comune di Razkrizje).

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epa05020497 Members of the Slovenian army build the barbed wire barrier at Veliki Ormoz village,Slovenia border between Slovenia and Croatia, 11 November 2015. Slovenia on 11 November 2015 started building a fence along the border with Croatia to control the inflow of refugees, the media reported. Prime Minister Miro Cerar said a day earlier that the fence was necessary as EU measures on the border between Greece and Turkey failed to curb the inflow of people along the Balkan route. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

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