Weekly Review of Slovene Foreign Policy from 5 to 11 September
Ljubljana, 12 September - REVIEW/WEEK/FOREIGN/POLICY
Last week was marked by a lively activity in Slovenia's foreign policy. President Milan Kucan paid a visit to Sarajevo and, together with Head of Bosnian Presidency Alija Izetbegovic, opened a modernized Bosnalijek facility there. Premier Drnovsek participated in a two-day CEFTA meeting in Prague. Luxembourg's Premier Jean-Claude Juncker paid an official visit to Slovenia. Ljubljana also hosted the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, General Wesley K. Clark, President of Spanish Senate Juan Ignacio Barrera Valverde and Chairman and Vice Chairman of Austrian Constitutional Court, Ludvig Adamovich and Karl Piska. In Brussels, Slovenia submitted position papers for negotiations with the EU for the first seven fields that had already been screened. These are: industrial policy, small and medium business, science and research, education, telecommunications, culture and audio-visual policy and common foreign and security policy.
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