Warnings mount over feeble defence spending
Ljubljana/Cerklje ob Krki, 12 January - Slovenia's defence budget has dropped under 1% of GDP in recent years, as austerity has led to significant cuts in spending for the army. The country has promised to reverse the trend to NATO, but the talk has not yet produced results, prompting increasing warnings about the consequences.
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