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Opposition Wants Pohorje Battalion Soldiers Buried at Home

Ljubljana, 5 January - Deputies of two opposition parties and Italian minority MP Roberto Battelli called on the government on Wednesday to start proceedings for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.

Ljubljana
SDS deputy Jozef Jerovsek (right) and SNS head Zmago Jelincic presenting the initiative for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
SDS deputy Jozef Jerovsek (right) and SNS head Zmago Jelincic presenting the initiative for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
SDS deputy Jozef Jerovsek (right) and SNS head Zmago Jelincic presenting the initiative for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
SDS deputy Jozef Jerovsek (right) and SNS head Zmago Jelincic presenting the initiative for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
SDS deputy Jozef Jerovsek (right) and SNS head Zmago Jelincic presenting the initiative for the transfer of bodies of the Pohorje battalion soldiers, who lost their lives while fighting the Germans during WWII, from Austria to Slovenia.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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