Monthly Review of Events in Slovenia From 1 to 30 September

Ljubljana, 5 October - REVIEW/SLOVENIA/SEPTEMBER
In September, the finding of 120 tons of arms and ammunition at Maribor Airport on 21 July, caused a stir in Slovenian internal affairs. The National Assembly has already ordered an investigation into the matter, while the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Interior and the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA) deny direct responsibility. President Milan Kučan is believed to have known about the weapons intended for Bosnia-Herzegovina, or might even have given permission for it after meeting the Bosnian President Alija Izetbegović. Much of attention in September was focused on Janez Janša, the Slovenian Minister of Defence, who discovered the arms affair. It has been commented that after a series of affairs, this is a continuation of the conflict between Kučan and Janša.

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