Drnovšek: Slovenia Is Prepared for Short-Term Giving up of UE

Novo Mesto, 27 November - Prime Minister of Slovenia Janez Drnovšek stated in an interview for the private radio station Radio Krka in Novo mesto (southern Slovenia) on Sunday evening that he intended to "strain them problem even more in international dialogue and everywhere in the international arena" if Slovenia would not get the approval of the European Union Council in Brussels on Monday for association negotiation, i.e. if Italy should again block the decision of the foreign ministers of the Twelve.

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