Govt Says Slovenia "Very Safe" But Not Immune to Terrorist Threats

Ljubljana, 8 January - Coming out of government session which also discussed the security situation following the terrorist attack in Paris, Deputy Prime Minister Boris Koprivnikar said that Slovenia was a safe country. It was however not immune to such threats, which were being taken "very, very seriously", including with a meeting of the National Security Council.

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