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Prime Minister Decries Disdain for Independence War

Slovenj Gradec, 10 June - Prime Minister Janez Jansa has criticised the "disdain" of Slovenia's independence war in an address to veterans. The main source of the depreciation is the fact that apart from being a national achievement, it was also a civilisational triumph tightly related to the fall of totalitarianism, he said.

Slovenj Gradec
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (in the background) criticised disdain for Slovenia's 1991 independence war as he addressed a meeting of independence war veterans.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Slovenj Gradec
Prime Minister Janez Jansa criticised disdain for Slovenia's 1991 independence war as he addressed a meeting of independence war veterans.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Slovenj Gradec
Srecko Lisjak, the head of the Union of Associations of Independence War Veterans, urged the government to protect the events of 1991 against allegations of war crimes.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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