Press Review from Slovenia
Ljubljana, 8 July - Today's papers focus their attention on the continued session of Parliament, during which the law aimed at speeding up the construction of motorways over the next five years was debated. The editorials echo the debate on Slovenian-Croatian relations and Brigadier Tone Krkovič's decision to return the medal, awarded him a year ago by the Republic of Slovenia, to President Milan Kučan. At the forefront of the reports on Slovenia's foreign policy is the official visit of Macedonian President Kir Gligorov to Ljubljana, while reports on international affairs revolve mostly around the meeting of the G7 in Tokyo and the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where, according to reports, the UN peace negotiator Stoltenberg is making efforts to convince Bosnian president Izetbegović to come to terms with the partition of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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