Slovenia-Austria: none identified
Slovenia-Croatia: since the breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, Croatia and Slovenia have each claimed sovereignty over Piran Bay and four villages, and Slovenia has objected to Croatia's claim of an exclusive economic zone in the Adriatic Sea; in 2009, however Croatia and Slovenia signed a binding international arbitration agreement to define their disputed land and maritime borders, which led Slovenia to lift its objections to Croatia joining the EU; in June 2017, the Permanent Court of Arbitration issued a ruling on the border, but Croatia had withdrawn from the proceedings in 2015 and refused to implement it; as a member state that forms part of the EU's external border, Slovenia has implemented the strict Schengen border rules to curb illegal migration and commerce through southeastern Europe while encouraging close cross-border ties with Croatia
Slovenia-Hungary: none identified
Slovenia-Italy: none identified
refugees (country of origin): 8,790 (Ukraine) (as of 26 June 2023)
stateless persons: 10 (2020)
note: 582,844 estimated refugee and migrant arrivals (January 2015-May 2023)
minor transit point for cocaine and Southwest Asian heroin bound for Western Europe, and for precursor chemicals
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