Slovenia condemns Brussels attacks, police tighten security

Ljubljana, 22 March - The deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday were condemned by Slovenia's top officials and parties and although Prime Minister Miro Cerar said there was currently no reason to raise the security threat level, Slovenian police have been instructed to tighten up security measures.

Prime Minister Miro Cerar (pictured) commenting on the security situation in Slovenia following the Brussels attack.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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