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PM Says Small Countries Have to Fight for Their Independence

Peć, 26 December - Prime Minister Borut Pahor, who is visiting Slovenian troops in Kosovo on Friday, told the soldiers at a ceremony marking Slovenia's Independence and Unity Day, 26 December, that small countries usually have to fight for their statehood, it is not simply given to them.

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Slovenian troops in Kosovo during a visit by Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Slovenian troops in Kosovo during a visit by Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic, Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman, (left to right) visiting Slovenian troops and police in Kosovo.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (centre) and Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic meeting General Giovanni Armentani, Commander of Multinational Task Force West, during Kosovo visit.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor addressing Slovenian troops and police deployed in international operations in Kosovo.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic, Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman, (left to right) visiting Slovenian troops and police in Kosovo.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Defence Minister Ljubica Jelusic addressing Slovenian troops and police deployed in international operations in Kosovo.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (centre) and Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman, visiting Slovenian troops and police in Kosovo.
Photo: Peter Avsenik/STA

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