Foreign Ministry on US Government Decision to Abolish Visas for Slovenes

Ljubljana, 23 September - SLOVENIA/USA
Slovenia's Foreign Ministry is pleased to see the United States Government take a decision to abolish tourist and business visas for travels of Slovene citizens to the United States of up to 90 days. U.S. President Bill Clinton informed his Slovene counterpart Milan Kučan of the decision due to take effect in early October during his visit in the United States.

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