Paris Peace Treaty Translated into Slovene 50 Years after it Took Effect
Ljubljana, 15 September - PARIS/PEACE/TRAETY/TRANSLATION
Exactly 50 years after the Paris Peace Treaty took effect Slovenia got an integral translation of this document, which is a fundamental official paper for the Slovene nation in many ways. Presented Monday at the Foreign Ministry, the translation is marking the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Slovene Primorsko integration into its mother country.
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