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Jansa: Parties Unanimous on Latest Border Incidents

Ljubljana, 14 September - PM Janez Jansa said that all party leaders have similar views on the latest situation at Hotiza as well as on some long-term steps that should have been taken in the past, as he spoke to the press after a meeting of parliamentary party leaders last evening.

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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