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sobota, 28 maja, 2022

18 illegal migrants were arrested in the area of the Koper Police Department

By: C.R.

Last weekend, police officers dealt with eighteen illegal crossings of the state border in the area of the Koper Police Administration:

Namely, on Friday in Gračišče six citizens of Afghanistan, near Podgorje three citizens of Pakistan and one citizen of Iran, and on Saturday at Sv. Anton eight citizens of Turkey.

Source: Koper Police Administration

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