Jansa: Democracy Allows for Different Intepretations of History

Ljubljana, 9 May - Prime Minister Janez Jansa addressed a state ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II on Monday, highlighting that a democratic society allows for different interpretations of the events during WWII and its aftermath.

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