Co-Operation Is Needed to Fight Terrorism, Says Slovene Defence Minister
Munich, 3 February - Terrorism is only one of several traditional security threats implemented by entities other than state institutions. For a successful solution, it is important to be aware of the fact that in the 21st century no single country can assure security on its own, a co-operative approach and alliances are needed, said Slovene Defence Minister Anton Grizold at the 38th Munich Conference on Security Policy, in a discussion following the speech of NATO Secretary General George Robertson.
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