Two Bulgarians have been detained in Croatia for human trafficking, the Croatian news website Index reported, according to local news agency Focus.
The Bulgarians, who are lorry drivers, were detained at Bajakovo border checkpoint on July 12 2012, while allegedly trying to transport 12 Afghan immigrants – six in each of the two trucks. The Bulgarians were detained and taken to the detention centre of the Vukovar-Srem police.
It is expected that the Afghan nationals will be ordered to leave Croatia, the report said.
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