Air in Slovenia Relatively Clean, Early Analysis Shows
Ljubljana, 11 April - Preliminary assessment of air pollution shows that air in Slovenia is relatively clean. The assessment was made on the basis of a relevant EU directive by Slovenia's Environmental Agency. The acquis tasks every EU member to check the state of air in the entire area of the country.
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