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PM Denies Allegations of Soft Stance Towards Croatia

Ljubljana, 25 March - Prime Minister Janez Jansa rejected on Tuesday accusations from the opposition benches of Slovenia's perceived inability to safeguard its interests towards Croatia. No Croatian unilateral move has remained unanswered and the government intends to protect Slovenia's interests by all legitimate means, Jansa said during questions time.

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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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The March session of parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa (right) and ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS) deputy Jozef Jerovsek during questions time in parliament.
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Opposition social Democrats (SD) deputy group leader Miran Potrc (left) and SD deputy Milan M. Cvikl at the March session of parliament.
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Parliament Speaker France Cukjati at the March session of parliament.
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Opposition social Democrats (SD) deputy group leader Miran Potrc at the March session of parliament.
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Ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS) deputy Franc Jazbec at the March session of parliament.
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Ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS) deputies Jozef Jerovsek (left) and Miro Petek during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa during questions time in parliament.
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Justice Minister Lovro Sturm during questions time in parliament.
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Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk (front) and Public Administration Minister Gregor Virant during questions time in parliament.
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Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk during questions time in parliament.
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Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik during questions time in parliament.
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Branko Grims, deputy of the ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS) during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa (far left) during questions time in parliament.
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The opposition Lipa (Linden) deputy group leader Saso Pece during questions time in parliament.
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Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (left) in talks with Interior Minister Dragutin Mate during questions time in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa answering questions from the bench in parliament.
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Prime Minister Janez Jansa (right) answering questions from the bench in parliament.
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