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MOSCOW, September 2 (Itar-Tass) - The Russian and Slovenian defense ministers will discuss military and technological cooperation as well as the situations in Syria and Afghanistan at their talks in Moscow on Monday.
“I believe that today we will have a chance to exchange views on urgent international issues such as Afghanistan and Syria,” Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said. Russia and Slovenia are expected to sign agreements on military and military-technological cooperation which provide for exchanging information on the number and types of arms.
Slovenian Defense Minister Roman Jakic thanked Shoigu for the warm reception. The Slovenian army orchestra will participate in the annual Spasskaya Tower Festival of Military Orchestras that got under way in Moscow on September 1.
Yakic said that Slovenia would sign an agreement with Russia on exchanges of information on separate types of military goods.