Slovenia Takes Over CEFTA Presidency from Slovakia
Ljubljana, 7 January - CEFTA/SLOVENIA/PRESIDENCY
Slovakia's charge d'affaires to Slovenia Emanuel Rehak handed over Tuesday the standing orders of the Central European Free Trade Agreement to Slovenia, symbolically passing presidency over CEFTA in 1997 to Slovenia. During the ceremony, also attended by Slovenia's Foreign Minister Davorin Kračun, State Secretary for Foreign Economic Relations Vojka Ravbar and ambassadors of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland to Slovenia, Slovak diplomatic agent also read the address by Slovakia's Minister of Economy Karol Česnek.
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