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sreda, 1 decembra, 2021

Three Moroccan citizens were arrested in the Logatec area

By: C.R.

While performing the tasks of protecting the state border in the Logatec area, police officers from the Ljubljana Police Administration, between November 12th, 2021, from 6 am and November 14th, 2021, until 6 am, tracked down and arrested three foreigners (citizens of Morocco) who illegally crossed the state border.

Proceedings with foreigners are still ongoing.

Source: Ljubljana Police Administration

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