Related Rule
Slovenia
Practice Relating to Rule 59. Improper Use of the Distinctive Emblems of the Geneva Conventions
Slovenia’s Red Cross Society Law (1993) states:
The Red Cross symbol on a white background and the name of the Red Cross may only be used in the manner specified by the [1949] Geneva Conventions, this Law and the regulations issued for the execution thereof.
All natural persons and legal entities, except those permitted by this Law, shall be permanently prohibited from using:
–the Red Cross symbol on a white background or the name of the Red Cross or the Geneva Cross, or
–the Red Crescent symbol on a white background or the name of the Red Crescent,
–as well as any symbol or name imitating the symbol or name under the first and second items, irrespective of the purpose of their use and the time of their adoption. 
Slovenia, Red Cross Society Law, 1993, Articles 21 and 22.
Under Slovenia’s Penal Code (1994), “whoever abuses or carries without authorization … the emblems or flag of the Red Cross” commits a war crime. 
Slovenia, Penal Code, 1994, Article 386(1).