MPs to Examine Role of Intelligence Services in Slovenian-Croatian Relations
Ljubljana, 28 August - The Slovenian parliamentary commission supervising security and intelligence services is expected to convene for an emergency session on Wednesday to get acquainted with the role, interests and activities of foreign intelligence services in incidents in the disputed Piran Bay. The meeting comes after commission head Jozef Jerovsek said Monday that "Croatia has an elaborate plan on how to destabilize Slovenia and undermine the country's chances to join international organisations".
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