Review of the most important events in Slovenia from 17 to 24 July
Ljubljana, 26 July - REVIEW/WEEKLY
From the middle of last week the Slovenian political scene was dominated by the discovery of weapons at Maribor airport. Deputies of the Slovenian parliament were preparing for the last session before the August holidays. The European Community ratified the agreements on economic cooperation with Slovenia, and the National Assembly in Ljubljana is now expected to do the same. The Slovenian diplomatic offensive continued this week in Belarus and France, and the demands for Slovenia to join NATO are becoming louder. At a meeting in Tallinn the Liberal International elected Janez Drnovšek, president of the governing Liberal Democratic Party, as one of its deputy presidents and accepted the party as a full member.
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