Lack of German Translation Threatens Boycott of EU Meetings
Ljubljana/Berlin, 10 January - Trouble is brewing for the Slovenian EU presidency over translation, with reports suggesting German ministers could boycott informal ministerial meetings in Slovenia due to the absence of German translation. Slovenia, which lacks interpreters, is providing translation for the EU's two working languages, English and French.
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