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According to the annual report of human rights NGO Amnesty International for Slovenia - positive news from Slovenia included the enshrining of the right to clean water in the Constitution and the adoption of new civil-union and anti-discrimination legislation, the anti-refugee sentiment escalated throughout the year and culminated in the adoption of contentious changes to the aliens act in ea
Interior and defense ministers from 13 European countries have agreed to come up with new measures to ensure that the overland route from Greece remains shut for migrants seeking new lives in other EU nations.
Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka and Defense Minister Hans Peter Doskozil say the officials decided to draw up a plan by April for the so-called West Balkans route.
Slovenian plans to toughen its procedures for receiving refugees and asylum seekers worries activists and migrant experts in Croatia, where it is feared that the changes could cause additional problems.
Experts told BIRN that Slovenia's move would endanger the rights and security of refugees traveling to Western Europe along the "Balkan route" but would not end migration per se.
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