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Report on Croatia interference in media prompts strong reactions

Ljubljana, 9 April - Reports that Croatia tried to prevent Slovenian media from reporting on Croatia's intelligence activities in Slovenia prompted strong reactions from senior officials, with PM Marjan Šarec calling a session of the National Security Council and the Foreign Ministry summoning Croatian Ambassador Boris Grigić for talks.

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Security Council called by Prime Minister Marjan Šarec over reported Croatia's interference in the reporting by the Slovenian media
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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