PM defends decision to buy four expensive armoured cars
Ljubljana, 22 August - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec has defended the government's decision to purchase four highly expensive armoured cars, which has raised some controversy in the media. He explained that the vehicles are intended for foreign delegations, and also pointed to the upcoming Slovenian presidency of the EU, which requires adequate protective measures.
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