About 300 predominantly Syrian refugees, including many children, are situated at the Slovenian refugee transit camp near the border town of Sredisce ob Dravi, Monday, after they crossed into Slovenia from Croatia. Many are waiting to be transported further north, with some departing on buses escorted by police cars after the coaches arrived on Tuesday morning. Slovenian authorities deployed the army in order to guard the refugees and prevent any incidents. Volunteers arrived to bring food and clothes to the refugees who were challenged by rain and the low temperatures. A significant number of children were seen to be waiting for the buses in the cold, while some families with babies found a warm shelter in the tents. An estimated 5,000 refugees had reached Slovenia from Croatia on Monday. The Slovenian Interior Ministry accused Croatia of ignoring efforts to contain the flow after Croatia began directing refugees into neighbouring Slovenia following Hungary's recently sealing of its borders in an attempt to dissuade the influx of refugees.
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