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Idea of Central Europe Closely Linked With Trieste, Writer Says

Leipzig, 23 March - The fate of the Central Europe depends on how the Italian port town of Trieste is understood and on the town's bond with its hinterland, writer Boris Pahor, a member of Slovenian minority in Italy, said at a panel at the Leipzig Book Fair on Friday.

Germany, Leipzig
Writers Ludwig Hartinger, Boris Pahor and Drago Jancar (from left to right) at a panel on Central Europe at the Leipzig Book Fair, where Slovenia is featured as a special guest.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

Germany, Leipzig
Writers Mitja Cander (left) and Boris Pahor at Slovenian reception at the Leipzig Book Fair, where Slovenia is featured as a special guest.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

Germany, Leipzig
Writer Boris Pahor at Slovenian reception at the Leipzig Book Fair, where Slovenia is featured as a special guest.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

Germany, Leipzig
Writers Suzana Tratnik and Drago Jancar, and Urska Cerne, coordinator of Slovenian presentation at the Leipzig Book Fair (from left to right), at the fair, where Slovenia is featured as a special guest.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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