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May border incident involving soldiers took place, not orchestrated, report shows

Ljubljana, 15 July - The parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission discussed on Wednesday a report which shows that the 7 May incident in which two Slovenian soldiers stopped at gunpoint a civilian in the woods near the border with Italy had happened and had not been orchestrated.

Ljubljana
Opposition SocDem MP Matjaž Nemec, chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, presenting the main finding of a report which shows that the incident in which two Slovenian soldiers stopped at gunpoint a civilian in the woods near the border with Italy had happened and had not not orchestrated.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Opposition SocDem MP Matjaž Nemec, chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, presenting the main finding of a report which shows that the incident in which two Slovenian soldiers stopped at gunpoint a civilian in the woods near the border with Italy had happened and had not not orchestrated.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Opposition SocDem MP Matjaž Nemec, chair of the parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Commission, presenting the main finding of a report which shows that the incident in which two Slovenian soldiers stopped at gunpoint a civilian in the woods near the border with Italy had happened and had not not orchestrated.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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