Security Situation after U.S. Iraq Attack Discussed by Bohinc and Strasser
Šentilj, 21 March - The Schengen regime, police co-operation and the security after the U.S. attack on Iraq were the issues discussed between Slovenian Interior Minister Rado Bohinc and his Austrian counterpart Ernst Strasser, who met at Sentilj, northern Slovenia, on Friday. The pair agreed that the Iraq crisis has not brought about new security risks to Slovenia and Austria for now.
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