Croatia and Hungary decided to increase capacity for modern technological solutions and train police officers to prevent illegal immigration.
In a statement by the Croatian Ministry of Interior, it was noted that Interior Minister Davor Bozinović met with his Hungarian counterpart Sandor Peinter in Zagreb.
The statement stated that the relations between the two countries were mentioned during the meeting, and it was mentioned that the ministers agreed that their two countries have good neighborly relations.
In the statement, he stated that Bozinovic thanked Hungary for its support in his country’s entry into the Schengen Area and the Eurozone, and expressed his support for Bulgaria and Romania’s entry into the Schengen Area.
It was reported that the ministers also discussed receiving people displaced by the war in Ukraine, and decided to increase the capacity for modern technological solutions and the number of trained police officers to protect their country’s borders and prevent irregular migration.
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