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Attitude to EU, NATO Missions Dominates Panel

Ljubljana, 2 April - Slovenia's attitude to EU- and NATO-led peacekeeping missions was the focus of a debate on Monday that was hosted by Social Democrats' (SD) president Borut Pahor to mark the upcoming 10th anniversary of Slovenia's first military participation abroad, in Albania.

Ljubljana, Union Hotel
Participants at a panel on Slovenia's attitude to peacekeeping missions.
From left to right: opposition Liberal democrats (LDS) leader Jelko Kacin shaking hands with opposition Social Democrats (SD) leader Borut Pahor.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Union Hotel
Participants at a panel on Slovenia's attitude to peacekeeping missions.
From left to right: former defence minister Tit Turnsek, opposition Social Democrats (SD) leader Borut Pahor, opposition Liberal democrats (LDS) leader Jelko Kacin and former defence minister Anton Grizold.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Union Hotel
Participants at a panel on Slovenia's attitude to peacekeeping missions.
From left to right: defence analyst Ljubica Jelusic, former assistant to the United Nations secretary general Danilo Tuerk, former defence minister Tit Turnsek and opposition Social Democrats (SD) leader Borut Pahor.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Union Hotel
Participants at a panel on Slovenia's attitude to peacekeeping missions.
From left to right: defence analyst Ljubica Jelusic, former assistant to the United Nations secretary general Danilo Tuerk, former defence minister Tit Turnsek, opposition Social Democrats (SD) leader Borut Pahor, opposition Liberal democrats (LDS) leader Jelko Kacin and former defence minister Anton Grizold.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Union Hotel
Participants at a panel on Slovenia's attitude to peacekeeping missions.
From left to right: former defence minister Anton Grizold, defence analyst Ljubica Jelusic, opposition Social Democrats (SD) leader Borut Pahor and former assistant to the United Nations secretary general Danilo Tuerk.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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