Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar said on Monday that Slovenia will continue to set up a "migrant fence" at its border with Croatia, it is a temporary measure to prevent an uncontrolled influx of migrants from Balkan refugee routes, but will be removed as soon as migrant -The insurgency crisis is over.

Establishing a "ropeway", as called Cerar, is in the current situation, the Slovenian prime minister is indispensable because of the allegedly low level of solidarity that Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia face in the refugee crisis with Europe are on the Balkan refugee route, while migrants they just leap forward.
The daily entry into 7000 migrants in Slovenia is due to its size as if a 300.000 refugee arrived in Germany on one day, Cerar said during a parliamentary debate, saying it was too crowded for the smallest country on the refugee route.

Responding to the criticism of the opposition Leftist Associate (ZL) that his government had entered the "non-exhaustive list" of the 5 EU countries, which are sheltered by refugees by the barbed wire and thus derogating from the very idea of ​​the European Union, and also implementing militarization because they use defense against the migrant wave the army, Cerar has vigorously denied it, saying Slovenia does everything in its power to act as humanitarian as possible, but taking into account the security challenges.
Slovenian Prime Minister said that his government would "with pleasure" make the decision to remove the fence on the border with Croatia, but only when things related to the refugee crisis are reminiscent of repeating that the barbed wire fence is needed to prevent a "humanitarian catastrophe" if Slovenia "dispersed" tens of thousands of refugees, which Slovenia can not receive and handle, would die in winter and in winter.
Slovenia has so far received disproportionately large amounts of Greek Migrants' waves from Central and Western Europe and has claimed that the Balkan refugee routes Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Greece do not show enough solidarity and do not limit that wave and that in Slovenia "migrants often come exhausted and hungry, and we take them away". Cerar added that Slovenia, on the other hand, in agreement with "more neat countries" such as Austria and Germany, regulated a refugee wave so as not to have a major humanitarian catastrophe, but to take the security aspect into account as well.

Cerar rejected the allegations that the military militia in the work of the refugees was threatened by the general militarization, saying that a stronger military engagement could only take place in the event of an escalation of the problem, and it would have to be ratified by the parliament by a two-thirds majority. Now the Slovenian army with the police in border guarding serves only as a logistical and organizational support, and the danger of the military committing to interfere with the civil sphere is not there, Cerar said.

Rejecting the criticisms of the opposition Democratic Party of Slovenes (SDS) as its government was delayed by reacting to the refugee wave and that Slovenia faces security threats as migrants fail without the necessary identification and review, Cerar has argued that the authorities were ready for a refugee crisis and that "not every refugee is a terrorist and does not have to put all of them in the same basket".

(Hina)