SOVA would need new powers to fight security threats, its boss says

Ljubljana, 31 January - The SOVA intelligence and security agency would need new powers for early detection of threats to national security, SOVA director Rajko Kozmelj says in a public document, which the government got acquainted with at its session on Thursday.

Rajko Kozmelj, programme director of the Slovenian branch of the Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), the prime minister's pick to lead intelligence agency SOVA.
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