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Rupel and Minority Against "Close-Ended Provision"

Ljubljana, 5 July - FM Dimitrij Rupel and representative of the Slovenian minority, who met on Wednesday to discuss the latest bilingual signs deal for the province of Carinthia, were united in the view that the provision which would allow for additional signs to be put op only with the consent of the Carinthian authorities was unsatisfactory and is thus not supported in Slovenia.

Ljubljana. Foreign ministry.
Meeting of FM Dimitrij Rupel and representatives of the Slovenian minority in the Austrian province of Carinthia.
From left to right: Bernard Sadovnik, president of the Association of Carinthian Slovenians (SKS), Marjan Sturm, president of the Association of Slovenian Organisations (ZSO) and FM Dimitrij Rupel
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana. Foreign ministry.
Meeting of FM Dimitrij Rupel and representatives of the Slovenian minority in the Austrian province of Carinthia.
From left to right: Hanzi Mikl, representative of the Unity List (EL), Matevz Grilc, president of the National Council of Carinthian Slovenians (NSKS), FM Dimitrij Rupel, Marjan Sturm, president of the Association of Slovenian Organisations (ZSO), Bernard Sadovnik, president of the Association of Carinthian Slovenians (SKS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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