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Sunday, February 5, 2023

President Pahor and Ljubljana Archbishop Stanislav Zore call on Slovenians to work together, like 30 years ago

By: J.S., STA

President Borut Pahor hosted members of the Slovenian Bishops’ Conference for lunch as Slovenia marks the 30th anniversary of independence.

Pahor and Ljubljana Archbishop Stanislav Zore made a joint statement on the occasion saying all Slovenians should stand together, like during the independence efforts when the Church’s Commission for Justice and Peace played an important role in democratisation and promotion of human rights. Zore also expressed an expectation that the Monument to the Victims of All Wars in Ljubljana should start to be perceived as a monument to reconciliation.

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