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Minority Talks Top Agenda during Hungarian President's Visit

Ljubljana, 15 September - Hungarian President Pal Schmitt, who is visiting Slovenia on Wednesday, told the press after meeting his Slovenian counterpart Danilo Tuerk in Ljubljana that the problems of Slovenian minority in Hungary were not unsolvable, adding that Budapest would do its best to find appropriate solutions for the minority's issues.

Lendava
Jozef Kocon, representative of Hungarian minority in Slovenia (right), welcomes Hungarian President Pal Schmitt (left) in Lendava.
Photo: STA

Lendava
Jozef Kocon, representative of Hungarian minority in Slovenia (right), welcomes Hungarian President Pal Schmitt (centre) in Lendava.
Photo: STA

Lendava
Jozef Kocon, representative of Hungarian minority in Slovenia (right), welcomes Hungarian President Pal Schmitt (left) in Lendava.
Photo: STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian and Hungarian presidents, Danilo Tuerk (right) and Pal Schmitt (left), talking to the press after their meeting.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian and Hungarian presidents, Danilo Tuerk (right) and Pal Schmitt (left), talking to the press after their meeting.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian and Hungarian presidents, Danilo Tuerk (right) and Pal Schmitt (left), talking to the press after their meeting.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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