Weekly Review of Slovene Foreign Policy from July 11 to 17
Ljubljana, 18 July - REVIEW/WEEK/FOREIGN/POLICY
There were five highlights in the foreign affairs field this week. President Milan Kucan was on a three-day working visit in Spain, FRY Macedonia's Prime Minister Branko Crvenkovski and Republika Srpska Prime Minister Milorad Dodik were on visits in Slovenia, both with strong government-economic delegations. In the week during which incumbent president of the EU Council of Ministers, Austria's Foreign Minister Wolfgang Schuessel announced formal negotiations between the EU and six associate member states could start on 10 November, the latter held a meeting at Brdo pri Kranju, northwestern Slovenia, agreeing they would submit their position papers simultaneously from September 1 to 15, for at least seven fields. Unsolved issues between Slovenia and Croatia escalated again after the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant filed a lawsuit against Croatian energy provider for nonpayment of Krsko electricity bills.
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