National Security Council Examines Situation Following Terrorist Acts in U.S.
Ljubljana, 12 September - Slovenia's National Security Council has established that the threat posed to Slovenia by such terrorist acts as those carried out in the U.S. yesterday is currently very low, said ministerial councilor and former Chief-of-Staff of the Slovene Armed Forces, Iztok Podbregar. The Security Council convened for a session on Wednesday in a bid to examine the situation that has arisen following yesterday's acts of terrorism in the United States.
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