Death Toll on Slovenian Roads Decreases by 27% in 2008
Brussels, 22 June - A study carried out by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has shown that the number of road deaths in Slovenia decreased last year by 27% compared to 2007. However, the road fatality rate in the country remains among the highest in the EU, shows the survey published in Brussels on Monday.
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