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Jansa and Karamanlis Pave Way for Closer Economic Ties

Athens, 23 April - Prime Minister Janez Jansa and his Greek counterpart Kostas Karamanlis praised the excellent bilateral relations as they met in Athens on Monday, while they also urged action to expand economic ties between the two nations.

Greece, Athens.
Signing of a cooperation memorandum between Greece and Slovenia for the field of tourism.
Slovenian Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak (left) and Greek Minister for Tourism Fani Palli-Petralia (right).
Photo: Mihael Sustarsic/STA

Greece, Athens.
Signing of a cooperation memorandum between Greece and Slovenia for the field of tourism.
Slovenian Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak (left) and Greek Minister for Tourism Fani Palli-Petralia (right).
Photo: Mihael Sustarsic/STA

Greece, Athens.
Signing of cooperation memorandums between Greece and Slovenia for the field of hydrography and in the framework of the Athens international coordination centre for maritime transport.
Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (left) and his Greek counterpart Evangelos Meimarakis (right).
Photo: Mihael Sustarsic/STA

Greece, Athens.
Greek Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis (right) and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa (left) speaking to the press after a bilateral meeting held as part of Jansa's official two-day visit to Greece.
Photo: Mihael Sustarsic/STA

Greece, Athens.
Signing of cooperation memorandums between Greece and Slovenia for the field of hydrography and in the framework of the Athens international coordination centre for maritime transport.
Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (left) and his Greek counterpart Evangelos Meimarakis (right).
Photo: Mihael Sustarsic/STA

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