Involvement of Croatian Intelligence Services in Disputed Piran Bay Not Confirmed
Ljubljana, 28 August - MP Jozef Jerovsek refused to answer any questions following Wednesday's emergency session of the Slovenian parliamentary commission supervising security and intelligence services. The commission, which he chairs, was supposed to get acquainted with the role and activities of foreign intelligence services in the disputed Piran Bay, however, he failed to confirm or deny whether any involvement of Croatian intelligence services had been established.
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