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torek, 20 aprila, 2021

PM Janez Janša: “After France, Austria. Who is next?”

“After France, Austria. Who is next? No one is immune from the terror threat in Europe. Zero tolerance to radical Islam,” tweeted Slovenian PM Janez Janša in solidarity with Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz.

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