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Slovenia should change security culture, pundit says

Ljubljana, 9 April - Expert on security organisations Branko Lobnikar believes the government's calling a National Security Council session and summoning the Slovenian and Croatian ambassadors suffices to show Croatia its actions are unacceptable. However, Slovenia should also change its attitude to counter-intelligence.

Journalist Jure Tepina, editor-in-chief of the news portal, run by commercial broadcaster POP TV.
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Branko Lobnikar, said the head of the Faculty of Security Studies's department for police activity and security studies.
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An owl, or sova in Slovenian, which is also the acronym of the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA).
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