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Govt expected to appoint new intelligence agency boss

The government is expected to make several staffing decisions at its weekly session on Thursday, chief among them is the appointment of Rajko Kozmelj to the top position at SOVA, the national intelligence and security agency.

The cabinet will also get acquainted with the latest economic forecast by think-tank IMAD.

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