Review of Slovenian Press
Ljubljana, 30 July - The first few pages of today's papers in Slovenia are still echoing with the arms scandal, which was the subject of a debate yesterday in the National Assembly. The leader columns are also devoted to this subject. Considerable interest has also been aroused by the denouncing of retired Yugoslav Army Col-General Konrad Kolšek on the "suspicion that as a Slovenian citizen he served in the enemy forces and collaborated in the war against Slovenia" (Večer, Republika). Among the economic topics, prime attention is focused on the signing of the Slovenian-Slovakian free trade memorandum (Delo) and on the occupation of the Union plant in Buzet (Dnevnik). Much concern is also directed by today's papers towards the peace negotiations on Bosnia in Geneva, and towards the latest agreement for a new ceasefire.
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