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Interior Minister Inaugurates Safe Driving Centre

Vransko, 1 September - Interior Minister Dragutin Mate opened in Vransko in central Slovenia on Monday a new safe driving centre, constructed by the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS). The minister said at the ceremony that he hoped the centre would serve its purpose of training drivers and helping save lives on Slovenian roads.

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Interior Minister Dragutin Mate (centre) opening a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Interior Minister Dragutin Mate (centre) opening a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Interior Minister Dragutin Mate speaks at the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Interior Minister Dragutin Mate speaks at the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A press conference on the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
From left to right: Director of the centre, Damjan Skitek, Vransko Mayor Franc Susnik, president of the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS) Boris Perko (left), AMZS director Janez Bozic and AMZS project director Andrej Brglez.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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A press conference on the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
From left to right: Director of the centre, Damjan Skitek, Vransko Mayor Franc Susnik, president of the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS) Boris Perko (left), AMZS director Janez Bozic and AMZS project director Andrej Brglez.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Safe driving instructors at the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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President of the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS) Boris Perko (left) and AMZS director Janez Bozic at a press conference on the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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President of the Automobile Association of Slovenia (AMZS) Boris Perko (left) and AMZS director Janez Bozic at a press conference on the opening of a safe driving centre in Vransko.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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