The large refugee wave, during which the 268.619 migrants entered Slovenia on their way to the north from last month until now, stops in the last days, and only 24 is received in the last 1342 hours, police official data shows.
Refugee centers are almost empty today. There are 108 migrants in Postojni for foreigners, and in Šentilje, where the 2000 Bed Capacity Camp is currently six, they are waiting for transit to Austria.
In Gornja Radgona, where migrants have moved to the fair for the past few weeks, there are only two refugees, so these days, these unofficial sites will return to their original purpose.
The migration wave of so called. the Balkan route that had hit Slovenia after Hungary closed their southern boundaries in Ljubljana was interpreted as a bad weather that made it difficult for them to cross over the sea from Turkey to Greece.
Not to count as the largest refugee crisis in Europe after the II. witnessed the fact that Prime Minister Mire Cerar's government has allocated EUR 123 million in the budget for next year, as well as that part of the approved European Investment Bank loan will be used for the same purpose and that the army, which with the police protecting the southern border towards Croatia, this week approved the purchase of new equipment and protective equipment.
Finance Minister Dusan Mramor said this week that the cost of Slovenia for one migrant is somewhat higher than the 40 Euro, including transportation by train and buses, but does not cover the damage the government has to compensate for in the municipalities where the refugee camps were located.
Of the almost 270.000 migrants that passed through Slovenia, most of them, through 200.000, entered the country in the Age, where they were transported by trains to the Croatian Railways in the last few weeks and placed in Doboj, Brežice and neighboring municipalities.