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Slovenia elected member of IAEA board of governors

By: P.T., STA

Slovenia was elected a member of the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for 2021-2023.

This is the fourth time it has become a member of the board of governors, which the Foreign Ministry considers an important leverage to promote its interests in the IAEA. Foreign Minister Anže Logar told reporters in New York that membership of the board of governors was proof that “we convinced enough member states that we will actively work in the IAEA, which is particularly important in the light of the return to the Iranian nuclear agreement.”

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