Dentists Start Talks with Govt, Yet to Decide on Strike

Ljubljana, 28 September - Dentists will decide whether to go ahead with a token strike announced for 1 October or not by Wednesday, DENS union president Alenka Krabonja said after Monday's meeting with Health Minister Borut Miklavcic, which the minister labelled as "constructive".

Ljubljana
Chair of the DENS union of dentists, Alenka Krabonja, addressing the press after a meeting between the Health Ministry and DENS, the Slovenian Dental Association of the Slovenian Medical Association and the Slovenian Medical Chamber.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vice president of the Medical Chamber Sabina Markoli addressing the press after a meeting between the Health Ministry and DENS, the Slovenian Dental Association of the Slovenian Medical Association and the Slovenian Medical Chamber.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the DENS union of dentists, Alenka Krabonja, (left) and Health Minister Borut Miklavcic (right) addressing the press after a meeting between the Health Ministry and DENS, the Slovenian Dental Association of the Slovenian Medical Association and the Slovenian Medical Chamber.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the DENS union of dentists, Alenka Krabonja, (left) and Health Minister Borut Miklavcic (right) addressing the press after a meeting between the Health Ministry and DENS, the Slovenian Dental Association of the Slovenian Medical Association and the Slovenian Medical Chamber.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Borut Miklavcic (pictured) addressing the press after a meeting between the Health Ministry and DENS, the Slovenian Dental Association of the Slovenian Medical Association and the Slovenian Medical Chamber.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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