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Koper Police Department: Police officers dealt with two illegal migrants, citizens of Pakistan

By: C.R.

Ilirska Bistrica police officers dealt with a Pakistani citizen at the exit for Mune, while Kozin police officers dealt with a Pakistani citizen in Gradišče near Materija.

The Italian security authorities returned 2 citizens of Bangladesh and 2 citizens of Turkey.

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