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Slovenia Withdrawing from EU's Atalanta Mission to Somalia
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
The government decided on Monday that Slovenian armed forces will no longer take part in the EU-led Atalanta naval mission to Somalia. The government said in a press release after a correspondence session that the last soldier taking part in the mission will return home this month.
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