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sobota, 28 maja, 2022

Illegal migrations down 31% last year

By: P.T., STA

Slovenian police recorded 10,067 attempts at illegal crossing of the border last year, down 31% on 2020, while asylum applications rose substantially, official police statistics show.

The number of migrants from Pakistan, Morocco and Bangladesh, among the top four source countries last year, dropped substantially, but there were slightly more migrants from Afghanistan, which became the biggest source country with 3,208 migrants registered.

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