Weekly Review of Slovenia's Foreign Policy from 25 April through 1 May
Ljubljana, 2 May - REVIEW/WEEK/FOREIGN/POLICY
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Boris Frlec paid an official visit to Prague on the invitation of his Czech counterpart. Frlec and Czech officials discussed a number of bilateral and multilateral issues, both economic and political ones. Last week Slovenia attended two meetings in Brussels at which its legislation was screened to establish the degree of harmonization between EU applicants' legislation and EU provisions. Legislation in the areas of science and research, and telecommunications and information technology was checked. In the middle of the week, the government passed a regulation on implementation of a UN Security Council resolution banning arms sells to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, including Kosovo. At the end of the week, a European Commission report on the economic situation and reforms in Central and Eastern European countries said the Slovene economy did not fulfill all the expectations in 1997.
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