Ex-Agent Accuses Jansa of Running Parallel Arms Trading in 1990s
Ljubljana, 4 March - A former agent of the military intelligence service has accused opposition leader Janez Jansa of having orchestrated a parallel cash-only arms trading business in the early-1990s, when he was the defence minister, operationally run by the then head of the military intelligence, Andrej Lovsin.
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