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Bajuk Says Wolfowitz Affair Should Unravel as Soon as Possible

Bled, 17 May - Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk believes that the scandal involving World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz has been dragging on for too long. "The World Bank is too important to be preoccupied with itself," Bajuk said at Bled on Thursday.

Bled, Festival Hall
World Bank senior vice-president Francois Bourguignon (left) and Prime Minister Janez Jansa on the sidelines of the Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Bled, Festival Hall
World Bank senior vice-president Francois Bourguignon addresses the opening session of the Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Bled, Festival Hall
Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk addresses the opening session of the World Bank annual conference on development economics.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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