Večer: Fifty Percent is (too)Little
Maribor, 26 May - PRESS/VEČER
Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek was said to have returned form his Friday's reexamination in the USA more satisfied than a few weeks ago when he failed to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. The fact itself that he did meet with her eventually contributes a great deal to his reputation as she is the one, apart from Bill Clinton, to decide on which former communist countries to admit to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Not less important is, however, according to Drnovšek, that there seem to be "slightly better chances" for Slovenia to be in the first wave, the Monday issue of Večer writes.
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