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Slovenia stands united with EU and NATO allies in condemning Russian aggression

  • Former Prime Minister Janez Janša (2020 - 2022)

At its 4th regular session, the Slovenian National Security Council discussed the national security aspects of Russia's aggression against Ukraine. The SNSC members and invited guests were briefed on the current situation in Ukraine and on the international response to the aggression.

At its 4th regular session, the Slovenian National Security Council discussed the national security aspects of Russia's aggression against Ukraine.

At its 4th regular session, the Slovenian National Security Council discussed the national security aspects of Russia's aggression against Ukraine. | Author Kabinet predsednika vlade

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They discussed the economic and financial consequences of the aggression and the economic sanctions against the Russian Federation. The relevant services reported on preparations for the reception of refugees and on various measures to assist Ukraine.

Slovenia, as a member of the EU and NATO, is coordinating its actions with allies. It is in Slovenia's national security interest to ensure that Ukraine is secure from aggression, that the threat to the Eastern bloc of the EU and NATO is reduced and that, as a result, neither a new Cold War nor an escalation of sanctions against the Russian Federation occurs.

Slovenia stands united with EU and NATO allies in condemning the aggression of the Russian army against Ukraine and in efforts to ensure that Ukraine receives all the support it needs.