PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, JUNE 8, 1992
Ljubljana, 8 June - VEČER: SLOVENIA - When Slovenian politicians unanimously pleaded for sanctions against what is left of Yugoslavia, there was not a word spoken on the possibility that the international economic embargo of Serbia and Montenegro could also affect the Slovenian economy. Dragica Korade writes in the editorial column that there seems to have been a strong possibility of that, according to the recent announcement from the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Slovenian enterprises in which it was stated that Slovenian export traders faced difficulties in foreign markets due to the implementation of the UN resolution. Problems were supposedly caused by "inadequately informed" banks, enterprises and customs officers who could not tell Slovenia apart from the rest of Yugoslavia.
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