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torek, 28 septembra, 2021

PM’s tweets put Slovenia’s future financial support to WHO in question

The government’s coronavirus spokesperson Jelko Kacin rejected interpretations Slovenia had already decided to freeze membership payments to the World Health Organisation (WHO) given that PM Janez Janša said everybody would need to follow the example of the US in taking this step.

Asked to comment on a series of tweets by Janša targeting the WHO, including Wednesday’s “We all have to do it” in response to US President Donald Trump’s announcement the US was going to put on hold funding to the WHO, Kacin said Slovenia was yet to decide on this.

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