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Cerar visits southern border, denies police provocations at sea

Piran/Metlika, 3 July - Prime Minister Miro Cerar also assuaged concerns of locals on the Slovenian-Croatian border on the coast (SW) and in the Metlika (SE) area, assuring government assistance to the population affected by the result of the border arbitration. He insisted that the behaviour of Slovenian police in the Piran Bay has not changed.

Metlika
PM Miro Cerar visits village of Brezovica (SE) which remains divided after the arbitration decision on the Slovenia-Croatia border.
Photo: Bor Slana/ STA

Piran
Prime Minister Miro Cerar visits the coastal town of Piran in the wake of the decision of the arbitration tribunal on the Slovenian-Croatian border.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Piran
Prime Minister Miro Cerar visits the coastal town of Piran in the wake of the decision of the arbitration tribunal on the Slovenian-Croatian border.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

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