Clark: Slovenia Has an Important Future in Europe
Ljubljana, 8 September - Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Gen. Wesley K. Clark, told a news conference on Tuesday that he was very satisfied with the level of the achieved interoperability on the part of the Slovene Army, but that there was still much left to be done. Clark described Slovenia as 'the country that has such an important future in Europe'. The main objective of his visit was to learn about the processes in Slovenia's defence system in the efforts to adopt NATO standards as well as the preparations for Cooperative Advantage Exchange (CAE), NATO military exercises to be held in Dolenjsko (south) this autumn.
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