brussels - Slovenia gets nearly 10.2 million euros from the European Commission to control the flow of refugees. The money should inter alia, that there are more police officers to check the Slovenian- Croatian border.
In addition, there are 7500 additional shelters for refugees created it. Furthermore, the property of the 400 police that other EU countries on October 25 promised within a week to send to Slovenia finance. By the middle of November, however, there are only 250, a commission spokesman said Friday.
Slovenia sigh under the " special " influx of refugees since Hungary slammed his boundaries last month and asked for help. The more than 10 million in emergency aid comes from the EU funds for borders and visa and asylum, migration and integration.