Janša on Hungarian LGBTIQ law: Slovenia does not want to be part of new divisions
Brussels, 25 June - Prime Minister Janez Janša said in relation to the debate in the EU on the new Hungarian law on the LGBTIQ community that Slovenia and many other countries did not want to be part of any new divisions in Europe, as there had been enough of those. "We have joined the EU to associate, and not to divide ourselves," he added.
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