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UZI Introduces Phone Lines for Foreign Citizens Denied Entry into Slovenia

Ljubljana, 14 June - BUSH - PUTIN/PROTEST
Prior to a Festival of Resistance planned to take place on Saturday in protest of the U.S.-Russian summit, The Office for Interventions (UZI) has introduced two phone lines which can be used by foreign citizens who have been denied entry into Slovenia by Slovene border authorities, UZI said in a press release. These phone calls would then be broadcast live on Radio student, a Ljubljana local radio station. Explaining this move, UZI, the organiser of the Festival of Resistance at which foreigners are expected as well, said it is as a means of exerting "public pressure on local (Slovene) authorities". The phone numbers are: +386 (0)1 242 88 00 and +386 (0)1 242 88 15.

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