Intelligence Oversight Commission to investigate Slovenian arbitration agent

Ljubljana, 10 April - The chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, Matej Tonin, announced after a long session on Wednesday that the commission would look closer into why the Slovenian border arbitration agent had gotten caught in the wiretaps of the Croatian intelligence agency in 2015. Tonin said Croatian intelligence was very active in Slovenia.

Simona Drenik, Slovenia's former agent to the arbitration tribunal, which determined the border between Slovenia and Croatia in 2017.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek
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