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PM: Slovenia Regrets Having to React to Journalists' Arrests

Ljubljana, 13 September - PM Janez Jansa regrets that Slovenia had to respond to Wednesday's arrests of Slovenian news crews by Croatian police in a disputed border area, yet should Slovenia not have reacted to the incident, the recent agreement between the Slovenian and Croatian PMs [on joint repairs to the levees alongside the river Mura] would have been nullified.

Ljubljana, the government palace.
A meeting of Slovenian parliamentary parties leaders called by PM Janez Jansa to discuss the incidents at the border village of Hotiza.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, the government palace.
A meeting of Slovenian parliamentary party leaders called by PM Janez Jansa to discuss the incidents at the border village of Hotiza.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, the government palace.
A meeting of Slovenian parliamentary party leaders called by PM Janez Jansa to discuss the incidents at the border village of Hotiza.
FM Dimitrij Rupel, PM Janez Jansa and Interior Minister Dragutin Mate
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, the government palace.
A meeting of Slovenian parliamentary party leaders called by PM Janez Jansa to discuss the incidents at the border village of Hotiza.
FM Dimitrij Rupel, PM Janez Jansa and Interior Minister Dragutin Mate
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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