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In setting the land border between Slovenia and Croatia on 29 June 2017, the international tribunal largely followed the cadastral borders of municipalities, which means that in many areas the border line remains troublesome for the locals, especially along the Mura river and in the south-eastern region of Bela Krajina.
Security and human rights ministers from the Balkans and neighbouring countries agreed at a meeting in Sarajevo on Thursday to create a database which will be compatible with similar systems in Europe in order to track migrants.
"We must be able to see if those people [migrants] previously stayed in Europe," Bosnian security minister Dragan Mektic told media after the meeting.
In a statement to the APA agency, Kickl aid that a border and police unit for foreigners will be established, which will be able to respond rapidly and make borders "airtight" to illegal migration.
This unit will be ready starting in June - and this was Kickl's reaction to new data about the increase in illegal migration on the Balkan route.
The German Economy Award, which was on May 9th 2018 by the German-Slovenian Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the German Embassy in Slovenia, went for the sixth time to an innovative Slovenian company. This year's winner is the chemical company Unihem, which has been developed from a family business to a market leader in the field of flooring systems.