Šarec defends security aide pick, suggests repeat call for C-governor
Ljubljana, 15 September - In his first televised interview after his government was sworn in, Prime Minister Marjan Šarec said his naming a man known for his anti-immigrant views as his security policy adviser did not mean a change of course in Slovenia's migration policy, announcing that he would sack him if he kept expressing intolerant views.
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