Slovenia refuses to allow arms exports to Israel, says Mladina

Ljubljana, 26 January - The Defence Ministry confirmed on Friday a media report that Slovenia refused to allow arms exports to Israel. A Slovenian company was denied an export licence based on the defence law, which stipulates such a refusal when exports would escalate or allow conflicts in the country that is the end-user of the exported arms.

The Slovenian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.
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