Prime Minister Drnovšek on Current Developments in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 22 October - DRNOVŠEK/RADIO/INTERVIEW
In Wednesday's interview for "Studio at 5pm" on National Radio, Slovenia's Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek spoke about some reforms that Slovenia should carry out before joining the Euro-Atlantic integrations, about denationalization, the relations between the State and the Church, some planned economic measures and about the declaration adopted by the Carinthian government which called for settlement of some allegedly open questions in the Austrian-Slovene relations.
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