Pahor promises support to Poland, foreign ministry remains alert

Ljubljana, 16 November - After a missile blast in Poland, close to the border with Ukraine, killed two people on Tuesday, President Pahor made a call to his Polish counterpart Andrzey Duda and pledged Slovenia's support for a "concerted response to any security threats". The Foreign Ministry is keeping a close eye of the situation.

Katowice, Poland
Slovenia's President Borut Pahor and his Polish counterpart Andrzey Duda at the COP24 Climate Change Conference in 2018.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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