“They asked for asylum, but the Slovenian police deported them to Croatia and the Croatian police deported them to Serbia”

  • Date and time: October 8, 2017 02:00
  • Location: Samobor, Slovenia
  • Coordinates: 45.85765872499044, 15.656890869140625
  • Push-back from: Slovenia, Croatia
  • Push-back to: Serbia
  • Demographics: 2 person(s), age: 20, 22 , from: Palestine, Libya
  • Minors involved? No
  • Violence used: no violence used
  • Police involved: 5 Croatian police officers
  • Taken to a police station?: unknown
  • Treatment at police station or other place of detention:
  • Was the intention to ask for asylum expressed?: Yes
  • Reported by: No Name Kitchen

Original Report

On October 8th. 2017, 2 men from Libya and Palestine were pushed-back to Serbia. They had reached Slovenia, were the police spotted them through lights from a helicopter. They asked for asylum, but the Slovenian police deported them to Croatia, and the Croatian police deported them to Serbia. The Slovenian police took their phones. They were deported in 2 police cars, with 5 police officers inside. At 3 in the morning they were dropped at the border and were ordered to go back to Serbia.