Pahor Hails Setting Up of Bilingual Signs in Carinthia

Klagenfurt, 16 August - Prime Minister Borut Pahor attended the main ceremony honouring the erection of first additional German-Slovenian signposts in the province of Carinthia in line with the new Austrian law on minorities on Tuesday, labelling it a day of "tolerance, peace and good neighbourly relations".

Eisenkappel/Zelezna Kapla, Austria
Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor (centre left) an Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann shake hands as a German-Slovenian sign is erected in Eisenkappel/Zelezna Kapla in line with the new Austrian law on minorities.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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