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    Robert Kelly “We keep talking about a tough response - that's what the South Korean president said this morning - but it's just not clear to me what that would be that wouldn't put us on a war footing. It's almost certainly going to be rhetorical.” 18 hours ago
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    Hirokazu Matsuno “North Korea's series of actions, including its repeated ballistic missile launches, threatens the peace and security of Japan, the region, and the international community, and poses a serious challenge to the entire international community, including Japan.” 18 hours ago
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“Slovenia and Taiwan are working on exchanging representatives. Of course, this will not be on the level of embassies. It will be on the same level as many of the EU member countries. When I spoke with our businessmen who are trading with Taiwan, they told me that we are trading with Taiwan, but those companies from Taiwan are also trading with mainland China... They are doing this amongst themselves, but at the same time they're opposing the same relations between Taiwan and other countries, which is ridiculous.”

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Prime Minister of Slovenia
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“I'm worried because the military concentration, especially on the Ukrainian border with Russia (is) very strong. And so there is no doubt that Russia is using military power to make pressure … we are prepared to avoid such kind of surprises we met during the occupation of Crimea.”

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Prime Minister of Slovenia
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“The focus will be on intensifying our engagement to foster the region's socio-economic recovery and sustainable development, and building back better after the pandemic on the basis of the Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans. The President of the European Parliament will also participate in this session. This would also be an important occasion to discuss how to ensure the stability of the region, strengthen regional cooperation and resolve regional conflicts.”

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President of the European Council
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“Events over the last 15 months have shown that the European Union has been part of the solution and that together we have made two major breakthroughs; an agreement on how we will recover together after the epidemic and the production, development and the distribution of the [COVID-19] vaccine.”

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Prime Minister of Slovenia
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“It has now been proven that this coalition does not have a majority. Any coalition that is aware of the seriousness of the situation, the importance of democracy and the situation in the country would resign and hold snap elections.”

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Leader of the Slovenian opposition Marjan Sarec List (LMS)
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“For the first time since the no-confidence motion [in February, which failed to topple the government], you can see who supports this government – and these are the parties of the current coalition and two parties that are officially in opposition – so we have a minority government. Viewed through democratic mechanisms, this would in any case bring us one step closer to snap elections, but the currently largest party [SDS - Slovenian Democratic Party] is already saying that it will eventually find that 46th vote [to sack the speaker].”

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Political analyst
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“The situation we are facing today in Slovenia is the worst in the last 30 years. This is the lowest point of independent Slovenia. That did not happen because of external factors or coronavirus, but because of the strategy of Janez Janša. We know we have 42 votes, but we are asking for a voting because it is time for a test. Distrust works like a litmus test: in the polling station, every MP will have to ask themselves whether his heart beats conscience or a political career.”

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Leader of the Slovenian eco-socialist The Left party
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“Slovenia is being tested, alongside our democracy and the moral responsibility of each one of us. Slovenian Democrats are firmly committed to the decision to end this process and replace this government which is causing damage. It is not a matter of counting the votes, but of responsibility. The government is not managing the epidemic well, and what is happening in the background is also harmful.”

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President of the Slovenian party Social Democrats
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“I regret the fact that there are not 43 votes, but I am convinced that the vote of no confidence can be successful. I think the denormalization of the country should stop. The government no longer has the trust of its citizens, and I expect the deputies in the National Assembly to come to terms with that as well.”

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President of the Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia and self-proposed prime minister-designate
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“After Brexit, the European Union is different; the balance of power is different. New balances are being established and perhaps this has further contributed to the fact that it practically took four days to reach an agreement.”

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Prime Minister of Slovenia
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