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Serbian, Croatian national police chief join anti-human trafficking efforts

Thursday, 17 October 2013 21:16 // 2314
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Veljovic and Dominic gave out brochures, thematic CDs to passengers crossing the border, and pointed to the importance of the fight against human trafficking and the danger of this form of modern slavery.

In a statement to reporters, the police chiefs underscored the importance of bilateral, as well as regional cooperation for ensuring a more efficient fight against human trafficking.



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