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Slovenia: PM Golob, no concerns after Italian elections

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26 September, 16:53

(ANSA) - BELGRADE, SEP 26 - "I'm convinced that simply changing the direction of a government within the EU can in no way be something we should be seriously concerned about, because the EU is based on the same values, that is the values of a post-war order in which there is no room for fascism,", Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob said, referring to the results of the elections in Italy, the Slovenian news agency STA reported. Italians have "chosen the best government for themselves" and Golob whished them the best of luck, STA noted. 


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