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petek, 24 septembra, 2021

Two rings organising illegal crossings of border arrested

By: P.T., STA

Ljubljana police have in recent months arrested seven suspects, of whom two foreigners, as part of two criminal rings that organised transport of over 200 illegal migrants from Bosnia-Herzegovina via Slovenia to Italy for financial gain in 2020 and 2021.

Six suspects have been remanded in custody and one is in house arrest. Both rings are estimated to have ganined over EUR 434,000 in illegal gain.

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