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četrtek, 4 marca, 2021

Slovenia donated EUR 40,000 in aid for migrants in Bosnia

By: J.S.,STA

The government donated EUR 40,000 in aid to Caritas for illegal migrants in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the charity said in a press release.

The Slovenian Caritas is collecting donations for the illegal migrants who are spending the winter in Bosnia after they had to leave their homes due to war, prosecution, climate change and extreme poverty.

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