Latest SOVA Disclosure Sends Shockwaves through Political Arena

Ljubljana/Zagreb/Luxembourg, 18 June - The latest disclosure in the affair surrounding the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Service (SOVA) - that Prime Minister Janez Jansa and Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader were involved in the plotting of incidents in the Bay of Piran in 2004 - sent shockwaves through the political arena on Monday. Former prime minister Anton Rop, who divulged the information, stands by his claim, while Jansa resolutely rejected it as "borderline insanity".

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