Grizold Says His Information Was More Accurate Than Rumsfeld's
Ljubljana, 10 April - It is not NATO that expects Slovenia to earmark 2 percent of the GDP for defence, but it is Slovenia that wishes to have a well-organised national defence system so as to be able to satisfy its needs, Defence Minister Anton Grizold said in an interview for the Saturday supplement of Delo. He also indicated that the information Slovenia had ahead of the latest unrest in Kosovo proved to be more accurate than the US intelligence.
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