The Commission of International Relations on the London Conference

Ljubljana, 1 September - The London Conference and some of its effects even exceed Slovenia's expectations, said the leader of Slovenia's diplomatic mission, Dr. Dimitrij Rupel, at the session of the Parliamentary Commission for International Relations. Dr Rupel also drew attention to the fact that these effects are not quite obvious to the wider public. It would be an illusion to expect that the Conference alone could change the circumstances on the battlefield itself, as the rockets and arms are not available to it. However, the London Conference set up an institutional framework for resolving the crisis. It adopted certain mechanisms for resolving the crisis, established six working groups including prominent international representatives, and adopted working measures; the documents concerning Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina are of special importance, pointed out the leader of Slovenian diplomacy. The isolation of Serbia and Montenegro has been reinforced, a move which the whole international community supports except for some minor reservations on the part of Russia.

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