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Tonin denies wrongdoing in protective gear purchases

Črnomelj, 15 April - Protective gear purchases have raised quite a lot of dust and could even become subject of a parliamentary inquiry. Defence Minister Matej Tonin told the press on Wednesday how he approached the matter amid a severe shortage of such equipment at the start of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Črnomelj
Defence Minister Matej Tonin "shaking hands" with soldiers during a visit to the 72nd Brigade of the Slovenian Armed Forces in Črnomelj near the border with Croatia, which he visited with President Borut Pahor and Interior Minister Aleš Hojs (left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
Defence Minister Matej Tonin (right) during a visit to the 72nd Brigade of the Slovenian Armed Forces in Črnomelj near the border with Croatia, which he visited with President Borut Pahor and Interior Minister Aleš Hojs (left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Črnomelj
Defence Minister Matej Tonin (right) during a visit to the 72nd Brigade of the Slovenian Armed Forces in Črnomelj near the border with Croatia, which he visited with President Borut Pahor and Interior Minister Aleš Hojs (left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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