Slovenian PM not happy about being made part of anti-ISIS coalition without knowing

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Slovenia's prime minister Miro Cerar

“I am bothered by the fact that we have been placed on the list without the government’s knowledge,” Cerar said.


Slovenia supports anti-terrorism, but it will not take part in military action against the Islamic State, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said in an exclusive interview with Radio Slovenia on Wednesday.

Cerar was annoyed to learn that Slovenia is being made part of a U.S.-led anti-Islamic State coalition without being informed beforehand.

Slovenia opposes terrorism and being on the list is not controversial per se, but "I am bothered by the fact that we have been placed on the list without the g...


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