We are protecting the freedoms of European citizens': Hungary defends closing its Croatian border as several busloads of migrants reaches Slovenia
Hungary closed border with Croatia last night, forcing migrants to Slovenia
First bus has arrived on Slovenian border where migrants will be registered
Slovenia has cancelled all trains from Croatia to stem the tide of migrants
383,000 migrants from Middle East, Africa, Asia entered Hungary this year
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Hundreds of migrants trapped in Croatia have reached the Slovenian border after Hungary shut its border with the country last night.
Buses carrying more than 600 have already arrived at the border crossings of Gruskovje and Petisovci, Croatian Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic said.
Hungary, which also built a 110-mile-long barb wire fence along its border with Serbia, said it closed the crossing to 'protect the freedoms' of European citizens.
The blockade at the Hungary-Croatia border forced thousands of migrants to divert to Slovenia, home to two million people, where the new arrivals will be registered before 'most of them' are transferred to the Austrian border.
Slovenia cancelled all trains from Croatia so migrants could not enter the country that way. Experts fear the move will leave thousands of migrants stranded in Croatia, which is 'ill-equipped' to deal with them.
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