Respect for international law crucial for peace, minister says

Ljubljana, 19 January - Slovenia is strongly convinced that the full respect of international law is crucial for preserving international peace, security and stability, Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon said as she addressed an international event discussing humanitarian crises, and the protection of critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.

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European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič at an international event discussing humanitarian crises, and the protection of critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.
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Justice Minister Dominika Švarc Pipan (left) at an international event on humanitarian crises and the protection of critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.
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The Foreign Ministry hosts an international event on humanitarian crises and the protection of critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.
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The Foreign Ministry hosts an event on humanitarian crises and the protection of critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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The Foreign Ministry hosts an event on protecting critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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The Foreign Ministry hosts an event on protecting critical infrastructure and the environment in armed conflicts, and on legal challenges of the 21st century.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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Gilles Carbonnier, vice-president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), addresses an international event held by the Foreign Ministry.
Photo: Katja Kodba/STA

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