Josko Joras to Run for President in a Bid to Protect Bay of Piran
Ljubljana, 13 September - Josko Joras, a Slovenian who has been making headlines in Slovenia and Croatia for provoking incidents in the Slovenian-Croatian border region, announced Friday to run for president at the November elections. As he explained to the press, he will aim to preserve the integrity of the Piran Bay, which has become a hot-spot for incidents because of the undetermined state border, and make efforts for Slovenia to get access to international waters.
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