PM endorses intel agency boss after corruption allegations
Ljubljana, 23 August - After meeting Zoran Klemenčič, the director of Slovenia's intelligence and security agency SOVA, over anonymous allegations of corruption against him and after going through a relevant report on Tuesday, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said that there were no reasons not to trust him in the future, the prime minister's office said.
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