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Tonin says testimonies by SOVA bosses, arbitration agent do not add up

Ljubljana, 29 May - The chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, which heard on Wednesday two Slovenian officials that were embroiled in the 2015 border arbitration intelligence scandal, said that the testimonies by two former directors of the intelligence agency and that of arbitration agent Simona Drenik did not add up.

Matej Tonin of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi), the chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, arrives for a session interviewing the former director of the Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA), Andrej Rupnik, and former Slovenia's border arbiter Jernej Sekolec and agent Simona Drenik.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

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