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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

A lot of problems with foreigners and “smugglers” in Styria

By: C.R.

Yesterday, just before noon, police officers treated two Macedonian citizens who crossed the state border between Croatia and Slovenia on foot in the area of the Gorišnica Police Station in a place where there is no border crossing, and did not have the appropriate permits. Both were fined, and then one, who has a permanent residence in Croatia, was allowed to enter, while the other was refused and handed over to the Croatian security authorities.

In the evening, they treated a citizen of Serbia, who has a permanent residence in Germany, who, in the area of PP Gorišnica, with a truck with Serbian license plates, illegally crossed the state border between Croatia and Slovenia at a place where there is no border crossing and did not have the appropriate permit for it. He was fined by police.

Yesterday morning, Ormož police arrested a Kosovo citizen who had previously entered Slovenia from Croatia illegally at the green border. During the proceedings, the police found that the foreigner had a permanent residence in Croatia and also all travel documents. Slovenian police officers issued him a payment order and handed him over to his Croatian colleagues at the Središče ob Dravi Police Station.

Last night, at the Gruškovje International Border Crossing, the police arrested a Surinamese citizen who, as a passenger in a car with Dutch license plates, wanted to leave our country for Croatia, but did not have travel documents. She entered our country illegally from Austria, at the former Šentilj border crossing, where border control is not carried out. Police have fined her and will hand her over to Austrian security authorities.

Today, shortly after midnight, Ormož police arrested a group of 14 Pakistani citizens in the Vičanci area, who had previously entered Slovenia from Croatia illegally at the green border.

Proceedings with foreigners are still ongoing. When completed, the Slovenian police will return them to Croatia and hand them over to their Croatian colleagues.

Today, shortly after 3 am, Podlehnik police officers stopped a truck with Austrian license plates in Podlehnik, driven by a Serbian citizen. In the vehicle, the police discovered 10 citizens of Pakistan and 6 citizens of Afghanistan, who had previously entered Slovenia from Croatia illegally.

Proceedings with foreigners are still ongoing. Police arrested the driver and another Serbian citizen on suspicion of organising the illegal passage of foreigners across the state border.

Source: Police

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