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Commission Getting Acquainted with Slovenian Presidency Plans

Brdo pri Kranju, 8 January - The European Commission is visiting Slovenia on Tuesday to be briefed on the priorities of Slovenia's EU presidency and exchange views with it on current affairs in the EU. This is a customary visit the European Commission pays to each EU presiding country at the outset of its presidency.

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European Commission Vice-President Margot Wallstroem and Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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European Commission Vice-President Margot Wallstroem and Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Members of the European Commission and of the Slovenian Government after their meeting.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Members of the European Commission at the meeting with the Slovenian Government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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European Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy Wallstroem (left) and European Commissioner for Transport Jacques Barrot (centre) at the meeting with the Slovenian Government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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European Commissioner for Enterprise and Industry Guenter Verheugen (left) and European Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy Wallstroem (right) at the meeting with the Slovenian Government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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European Commission Vice-Presidents: European Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy Wallstroem (left), European Commissioner for Transport Jacques Barrot (centre) and European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security Franco Frattini (right) at the meeting with the Slovenian Government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Members of the Slovenian Government and Prime Minister Janez Jansa (centre) at the meeting with the European Commission.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk (left), Prime Minister Janez Jansa (centre) and Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (right) at the meeting with the European Commission.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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