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Slovenian PM accepted Zelensky’s invitation to visit Ukraine

Ljubljana is now preparing for the visit of the head of government to Ukraine. He will visit Ukraine in April.

Prime Minister of Slovenia Robert Golob has received an invitation from President Volodymyr Zelensky to visit Ukraine and intends to do so in April. On Wednesday, March 15, STA reports.

The office of the head of government confirmed that Golob received an invitation from Zelensky. They also said the visit was “under preparation.”

Recall that last week Slovenia refused to recognize Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. They said that any initiative to include the Russian Federation in the list of countries sponsoring terrorism would be “tantamount to punishing the entire Russian people.”

It was previously reported that Ukraine received 28 M-55S tanks from Slovenia.

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Source: korrespondent

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