Joras Would End Hunger Strike if Slovenia Withdrew from Accord on Border Co-operation
Ljubljana, 2 September - Josko Joras is willing to let the Slovenian government pay the fines that got him into prison and end his hunger strike if the government withdraws from the agreement on border transport and co-operation and the initialled accord on the border, Joras's attorney Danijel Starman said Monday.
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