Pahor holds talks with new military chief
Ljubljana, 21 April - President Borut Pahor, the commander-in-chief of the Slovenian Armed Forces (SAF), received Brigadier General Robert Glavaš, the new chief of the general staff, and Defence Minister Matej Tonin on Tuesday. The officials discussed army preparedness and the proposal to grant soldiers limited police powers.
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