Daily Says Slovenian, Italian Presidents Opted for Forgetting
Maribor, 15 January - By avoiding the issues from the two countries' painful shared history, Slovenian and Italian presidents Danilo Tuerk and Giorgio Napolitano averted tensions between new allies in their meeting on Monday, this however does not mean that this history should be forgotten, daily Vecer writes in its editorial on Tuesday.
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