Another 14 refugees arrive from Greece
The latest group consists of 12 nationals of Syria and two citizens of Iraq; two families with six children in total, a married couple and two single men.
The migrants have been brought by bus to the Asylum Centre in the Ljubljana Vič borough, where their asylum requests will be processed.
Before today's arrival, Slovenia had accepted 61 migrants under the relocation plan. Before the latest group, 15 Eritreans had been relocated from Italy and 31 Syrians and 15 Iraqis from Greece.
Today's arrival increases the number of asylum seekers relocated to Slovenia to 75 out of the total of 567 that the country committed to accept under the relocation plan this and next year.
In addition, 60 more refugees are to be permanently resettled to Slovenia, including 40 Syrian refugees who are currently in Turkey.