The resignation of Slovenia’s Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec was rejected by the country’s prime minister on July 5. The minister offered to resign over a scandal involving a leaked tape that resulted in the breakdown of international border arbitration with neighbouring Croatia.
As reported by the Reuters news agency, the office of Prime Minister Miro Cerar issued the following statement: “Considering the fact that the arbitration procedure is going forward there is no reason to dismiss the m...
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