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Senior officials lay wreaths at monuments for All Saints’ Day

President Borut Pahor laid a wreath at the memorial to all victims of war and war-related violence in the centre of Ljubljana on the All Saints’ Day holiday on Thursday, accompanied by parliamentary Speaker Dejan Židan and Prime Minister Marjan Šarec.

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