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Minister Says OECD Membership Negotiations Still On Track

Ljubljana, 4 February - The launch of negotiations on Slovenia's membership of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has come in a relatively unfavourable time due to Slovenia's EU presidency, Development Minister Ziga Turk said on Monday, but he added that Slovenia was still on track to become a member within two years.

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Thelma Askey, deputy secretary general of the OECD.
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From left to right: Richard Gallacher, Nicola Bonucci and Robert Ley Thelma, members of the visiting OECD delegation.
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Robert Visser, a member of the visiting OECD delegation.
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Robert Ley, a member of the visiting OECD delegation.
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Nicola Bonucci (left) and Robert Ley, members of the visiting OECD delegation.
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Richard Gallacher, a member of the visiting OECD delegation.
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Thelma Askey, deputy secretary general of the OECD.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Thelma Askey, deputy secretary general of the OECD.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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The visiting OECD delegation.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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