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KRANJSKA GORA /Slovenia/, July 30. /TASS/. Freedom-loving humankind needs to overcome divisions between countries and to unite efforts in the fight against terrorism, Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor said at a ceremony marking a centenary of the Russian Orthodox chapel’s construction on the Vrsic Pass on Saturday.
Insane terrorist attacks in France, Germany, Russia and other countries cause concern as modern terrorism "is ruthless, senseless and aimless," Pahor said.
"This violence does not have a political program which could be discussed through talks or negotiated peacefully," he said.
"Nevertheless, we will not surrender," Pahor said, noting with confidence that "new ways to ensure peace and security" would be found to counteract new manifestations of terrorism.
"It is possible. And we can do it under one condition if freedom-loving and freethinking humankind joins efforts," he said pointing to the need "to overcome obstacles and differences between us."
The Slovenian president believes the dialog is difficult to be achieved but "the goal is of vital importance."
"We must seek and find a way to ensure permanent peace and security," Pahor said in conclusion.