Review of Slovenian Press

Ljubljana, 17 June - Today's daily newspapers have again centered their attention on the demonstrations organized by Slovenia's farmers, who have increased the number of border crossings they are blocking in protest against the Government's agricultural policy. Most of the commentaries also revolve around this topic. The other most prominent item of news is the visit to Ljubljana by Shimon Peres, Israel's Foreign Minister. Other topics at the centre of interest are the teachers' strike, which was called to a halt recently, but may still be resumed; and the Hit and Vis affairs. Among the news reports on events abroad, Bosnia is still at the focal point of attention - in particular the secret meeting in Geneva, at which Croatian President Tudjman was reported to have said that Croatia and Serbia had reached an agreement on Bosnia as a federal state, constituted by three federal units.

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