Weekly Review of Slovene Foreign Policy from May 23 through 29
Ljubljana, 30 May - REVIEW/FOREIGN/POLICY/WEEK
Strong diplomatic activity was in the forefront of foreign affairs events this week. President Milan Kučan paid his first official visit to Germany, Slovenia's key trade partner, Foreign Minister Boris Frlec was on official visit on Cyprus, while Greek Foreign Minister Theodoros Pangalos in Slovenia. Early in the week Slovenia attended the last global exposition in this century, EXPO '98. The Slovene pavilion was also visited by a government delegation headed by Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek, who had official meetings with Portuguese leaders. Talks between Slovene and foreign diplomats centered on bilateral issues and accession to the EU and NATO, plus security issues, mainly in the South Eastern Europe.
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