No safety mechanisms to prevent intelligence services from setting up firms in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 3 September - The parliamentary Commission for Oversight of Intelligence and Security Services has discussed foreign intelligence services' setting up businesses in Slovenia, establishing that security mechanisms to prevent such companies from operating in the country are not working.

The leader of New Slovenia, Matej Tonin, who also chairs the parliamentary Commission for the Oversight of Intelligence and Security Services.
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