Offering Falcon to NATO and EU Would Save Slovenia Lots of Money, Says Jakič
Koper, 29 April - Defence Minister Roman Jakič believes that by registering the Falcon jet as a military aircraft and making it available to NATO and the EU, Slovenia would save a lot of money. By being parked in a hangar, it costs the taxpayers EUR 500,000 a year, he said today.
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