Slovenia prepares to erect fence to control migrants

By REUTERS
November 11, 2015 10:43

 
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Trucks carrying wire fencing arrived in the Slovenian village of Veliki Obrez close to the border with Croatia on Wednesday, a day after the government said it would start to put up fences to help control large numbers of migrants.

A Reuters photographer at the village saw many soldiers and policemen, and said they expected to start erecting the fences in the coming hours.

The Slovenian government has so far not said where and when the fence building would start.

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