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Police officers dispatched to Macedonia

It is the second group tasked with protecting the borders with Greece.

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Slovakia sent 25 police officers to Macedonia to oversee public order on the Macedonian-Greek border on April 4.

“The police officers will safeguard public order and security on the Macedonian-Greek border between April 4 and May 6,” said Slovak Police Corps spokesperson Denisa Baloghová, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “If it becomes necessary and the Macedonian side asks for it, they’ll stay to help there for longer.”

Read also:Slovak police officers leave to protect Serbian borders

This is the second dispatch of a police unit from Slovakia to Macedonia, with another team due to be sent for the period of June 6-July 7, TASR reported.

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