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Reps Present to Ministers Situation of Minority in Hungary

Ljubljana, 10 December - Foreign Minister Samuel Zbogar and Minister for Slovenian Abroad Bostjan Zeks received representatives of the Slovenian minority in Hungary on Wednesday, discussing with them the minority's situation, the Foreign Ministry said.

Ljubljana
Foreign Minister Samuel Zbogar (left) and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks (right) receiving representatives of the Slovenian minority in Hungary, president of the Association of Slovenians in Hungary Joze Hirnoek (second from right) and president of the National Slovenian Self-Government Unit Martin Ropos (centre).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Foreign Minister Samuel Zbogar (right) and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks received representatives of the Slovenian minority in Hungary, president of the Association of Slovenians in Hungary Joze Hirnoek (second from right) and president of the National Slovenian Self-Government Unit Martin Ropos (second from left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve.
Minister za zunanje zadeve Samuel Žbogar in minister za Slovence v zamejstvu in po svetu Boštjan Žekš sta se srečala s predstavniki slovenske manjšine na Madžarskem.
Predsednik Državne slovenske samouprave Martin Ropoš in predsednik Zveze Slovencev na Madžarskem Jože Hirnök.
Foto: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Foreign Minister Samuel Zbogar and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks (right) received representatives of the Slovenian minority in Hungary, president of the Association of Slovenians in Hungary Joze Hirnoek (second from right) and president of the National Slovenian Self-Government Unit Martin Ropos (second from left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Foreign Minister Samuel Zbogar and Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks (right) received representatives of the Slovenian minority in Hungary, president of the Association of Slovenians in Hungary Joze Hirnoek (second from right) and president of the National Slovenian Self-Government Unit Martin Ropos (second from left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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