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Meeting Calls for Solution to Minority Issues in Austria

Ljubljana, 27 March - Participants of a meeting, organised on Monday afternoon by Forum 21, a left-leaning group led by Former President Milan Kucan, agreed that relations between Slovenia and Austria were constantly influenced by minority issues and called for a solution that would also improve relations between the two countries.

Ljubljana, Grand Hotel Union
Former President Milan Kucan (left) and Austrian Ambassador Valentin Inzko at a debate on relations between Slovenia and Austria in the 20th century, organised by Forum 21, a left-leaning group headed by Kucan.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Grand Hotel Union
Dusan Necak, the former chair of the Slovenian part of the joint Slovenia-Austria commission of historians at a debate on relations between Slovenia and Austria in the 20th century, organised by Forum 21, a left-leaning group headed by former president Milan Kucan.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Grand Hotel Union
Former President Milan Kucan at a debate on relations between Slovenia and Austria in the 20th century, organised by Forum 21, a left-leaning group headed by Kucan.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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