PM declines president's request to convene Natl Security Council
Ljubljana, 28 November - Prime Minister Marjan Šarec has turned down a request by President Borut Pahor to convene a session of the National Security Council due to ongoing disputes between SOVA and the parliamentary body which conducts oversight of the intelligence and security agency. Šarec said he did not want to politicise the situation.
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