Review of Slovenian Press
Ljubljana, 27 July - Today's Slovenian dailies devote their front pages to the National Assembly session and to the latest results of the investigation into the discovery of weapons at Maribor airport. The Mladina magazine attracted attention by publishing the dossier of the former Yugoslav Counter-Intelligence Service (KOS) on Slovenian journalists, who in 1991 allegedly collaborated with the Slovenian or the army state security services. The beginning of the Geneva negotiations attracted most attention among events abroad.
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