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Slovenians Join Forces to Clean Up the Country in One Day

Ljubljana, 24 March - People from all across the country joint forces on Saturday in a nation-wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign. Among them was also President Danilo Türk as well as several government ministers.

Celje
Garbage collected in nation wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Podbočje pri Krškem
Courtof Audits president Igor Šoltes (left) and Agriculture and Environment Minister Franc Bogovič (right) taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Ljubljana
Education, Science, Culture and Sport Minister Žiga Turk taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Education, Science, Culture and Sport Minister Žiga Turk taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Dobrovnik
Soldiers taking part in the nation-wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: STA

Dobrovnik
Soldiers and volunteers participating in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: STA

Izola
Divers taking part in the nation-wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

Izola
Divers taking part in the nation-wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

Celje
Garbage collected in nation wide Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Vrhnika
President Danilo Türk takes part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo; Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Children taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Children taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Children taking part in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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