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Slovenia's government recognises Palestinian state, needs parliamentary approval

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Slovenian government passes decision about recognition of Palestinian state to parliament in Ljubljana
May 30, 2024
Reuters

LUBLJANA (Reuters) -The Slovenian government on Thursday approved a decision to recognise an independent Palestinian state, Prime Minister Robert Golob said, following in the steps of Spain, Ireland and Norway.

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