On Sunday evening and Monday morning from Croatia, in Slovene Dobovo, three train journeys were transferred around the 3100 refugees and migrants, and yesterday, around 5600, the Slovenian police announced.

The number of migrants entering Slovenia since the middle of last month has risen to 255.446, according to police reports Monday mornings. Yesterday displaced migrants mostly followed humanitarian supplies by train and buses to Jesenice, Šentilje and Gornja Radgona, where they are waiting to move to or have already crossed to Austria.
The Age is currently around the 1600 refugee, which will depend on the available means of transport throughout the day to be directed to the north and other refugee centers per country, and in the country there are still a total of just over three thousand people.
Slovenian President Borut Pahor yesterday after meeting in Ljubljana with Croat President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, who was devoted to preparations for the summit of Southeast Europe leaders in Zagreb, which was held on Wednesday, said that Slovenia wants to establish the former usual cross-border regime as soon as possible and to respect the Schengen the rules by which only those who have passports with schengen visas and residence permits can only be allowed in the Schengen area, but that it is possible to achieve refugee problems only through a common European solution and the agreement of the states to the so-called Schengen visa. the Balkan route with which migrants come, and pledged to further reduce the refugee wave for security reasons.

(Hina)