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Joras Demands More Support from Slovenian Govt

Seńćovlje, 28 July - After failing to remove the concrete flower pots blocking the path to his house on Thursday, the self-styled defender of Slovenia's border with Croatia Josko Joras told STA that it was not the Croatian but Slovenian police that had prevented him from doing so.

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Josko Joras after the failed attempt to remove the flower tubs blocking access to his house.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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Solicitor Danijel Starman and Josko Joras.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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Solicitor Danijel Starman demanding from Croatian policemen that they remove the flower tubs blocking access to Josko Joras's house as the court in Piran ruled.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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Solicitor Danijel Starman and Josko Joras demanding from Croatian policemen that they remove the flower tubs which block access to Joras's house.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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A traffic inspector checking the truck which was supposed to remove the flower tubs blocking access to Josko Joras's house.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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The flower tubs which prevent access to Josko Joras's house.
Photo: Andrej Klemencic/STA

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