Slovene-Israeli Secret Agreement Concluded without Authorization
Ljubljana, 5 May - COMMISSION/CONTROL/INTELLIGENCE/SERVICE
The parliamentary commission for the control over the defence intelligence-security services concluded Tuesday behind closed doors a discussion on the situation in the military intelligence service, focussing on a secret agreement with Israel. The secret agreement was concluded in 1995 by heads of the Slovene and Israeli military intelligence services, and relates to the protection of classified information. The commission has found out that under the legislation valid at the time, the then-defence minister had no authority to concluded such an agreement or authorize other officials to do so, Commission Chairman Polona Dobrajc (Slovene National Party) said after the session.
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