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President, ministers again call for army to be given police powers

Ljubljana, 15 April - President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visited on Wednesday the southern border area along the Kolpa river to call for the military to be given limited police powers. They argued that boosted joint border patrols were supported by the army and police, and the locals in the area.

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President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visiting the southern border area along the Kolpa river to examine the joint police and army border patrols.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visiting the southern border area along the Kolpa river to examine the joint police and army border patrols.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visiting the southern border area along the Kolpa river to examine the joint police and army border patrols.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visiting the southern border area along the Kolpa river to examine the joint police and army border patrols.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
President Borut Pahor and the defence and interior ministers, Matej Tonin and Aleš Hojs, visiting the southern border area along the Kolpa river to examine the joint police and army border patrols.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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