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četrtek, 28 januarja, 2021

No Slovenian soldier in Latvia infected with coronavirus

By: T.P., STA

While several soldiers deployed in Latvia as part of a NATO mission have been infected with the new coronavirus, no Slovenian soldier is among them, the Slovenian Armed Forces told the STA.

The Latvian Defence Ministry did not provide details about the nationalities and the number of infected soldiers, but a Canadian TV channel reported that several Canadian soldiers were among them. Currently, 40 Slovenians are serving in Enhanced Forward Presence.

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