Interior Minister Aleš Hojs and his Croatian counterpart Davor Božinović met in the coastal town of Portorož today.
They discussed strategies to facilitate border crossing between Slovenia and Croatia for tourists, hauliers and daily migrant workers.
Božinović presented a digital certificate that has been launched in Croatia. According to him, Croatia is ready to admit tourists with relevant certificates from all EU countries.
Hojs on the other hand said that Slovenia's solution would be announced in the coming days. He explained that it would be easier to cross the country's borders in both ways.
The bilateral meeting was part of the two-day Brdo-Brijuni Process meeting of interior ministers.