Thirty years pass since W European countries recognised Slovenia
Ljubljana, 19 December - Thirty years passed on Sunday since Slovenia's independence was recognised by Western European countries. The first to recognise it was Iceland. Germany and Sweden followed the same day, with their decision taking effect on 15 January 1992, the day when the European Community, the predecessor of the EU, recognised Slovenia.
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