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Prime Minister Janez Janša meets with NOC President Bogdan Gabrovec


Prime Minister Janez Janša met today with Bogdan Gabrovec, President of the Olympic Committee of Slovenia.

At the meeting, the two interlocutors reviewed the state of play in the field of systemic state support to Slovenian sports.


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