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Truce was not respected by the Yugoslav Army

Ljubljana, 3 July - At the today's press conference, colonel Janez Slapar, the highest officer of the Slovenian Territorial Defense Corps, stated that the Slovenian Territorial Defense Cops respected the truce negotiated by the Slovenian and federal presidencies last night. However, the truce was not respected by the Yugoslav Army as thirty of its tanks made a move from Varazdin, Croatia, and pushed into the territory of the Republic of Slovenia, pushing through some road blocks and heading towards Gornja Radgona located by the Austrian border.

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