The EU and Armed Neutrality Keys to Slovenia' Security, NATO Opponents Say
Ljubljana, 24 April - Slovenia should ensure its security within the European Union and through armed neutrality, opponents of Slovenia's accession to NATO established in a debate on the national television channel late on Tuesday. Breda Pecan, vice-president of the United List of Social Democrats (ZLSD, a junior member of the ruling coalition), economist Bogomir Kovac and Gorazd Kovacic of the Peace Institute saw the most negative aspects of NATO membership in the ensuing material and political costs, the United States' dominance in the Alliance as well as possible risks of membership.
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