Slovenia's Diplomacy to Blame for Our Absence from D-Day Celebration, Kucan Says
Most na Soči, 11 July - Slovenia was missing from the celebration marking the 60th anniversary of the D-Day and that is the fault of our foreign policy, Former President Milan Kucan stressed at a gathering of the soldiers of the XI. army corps, who during WWII demolished important infrastructure on the Jesenice-Trieste railway line, thus indirectly aiding the allied forces at their landing in Normandy.
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