Premier Drnovšek Meeting Swedish Counterpart Persson

During his meeting with Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek, Swedish Premier Goeran Persson spoke positively about a high level of economic development that Slovenia has reached in the past few years as well as about the fact that Slovenia is meeting all the Maastricht criteria, pointing out a balanced budget. The latter is a burning problem not only in Sweden but in most Western European countries. Persson assessed the bilateral relations between Slovenia and Sweden as excellent, STA learnt from the Slovene delegation.

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