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Slovenia's Prime minister, 'mini-Schengen' unacceptable

Cerar, despite migrant influx, borders under control

20 November, 16:13
(ANSA) - TRIESTE - According to Slovenia's Prime Minister Miro Cerar, the idea of carving out a ''mini-Schengen'' within the Schengen area launched by the Netherlands after the Paris terror attacks ''can not be accepted at all''. ''Slovenia - said today the prime minister office - is a faithful member of the Schengen agreement and despite the ever-increasing influx of migrants we keep our borders under control''. This proposal - according to Cerar - would even be contrary to European law. Instaed, we'd better strenghten, control along the border between Greece and Turkey: ''This option - Cerar said - would help both countries''. (ANSA).

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