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Pahor Says Slovenian Foreign Policy Not Servile

Ljubljana, 1 December - PM Borut Pahor denied servility in Slovenia's foreign policy as he commented on a cable released by WikiLeaks suggesting that his visit to the White House was linked to Slovenia's acceptance of a Guantanamo detainee. He reiterated that the impressions of US diplomats were a "matter of the US diplomatic service".

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor denies at a press conference the leaked US cable claim that he offered that Slovenia accept a Guantanamo Bay prisoner in exchange for a 20 minute meeting with US President Barack Obama.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor denies at a press conference the leaked US cable claim that he offered that Slovenia accept a Guantanamo Bay prisoner in exchange for a 20 minute meeting with US President Barack Obama.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor denies at a press conference the leaked US cable claim that he offered that Slovenia accept a Guantanamo Bay prisoner in exchange for a 20 minute meeting with US President Barack Obama.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor denies at a press conference the leaked US cable claim that he offered that Slovenia accept a Guantanamo Bay prisoner in exchange for a 20 minute meeting with US President Barack Obama.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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