Review of Slovenia's Foreign Policy from 21 through 27 November

Slovene President Milan Kucan visited Estonia, Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek paid a visit to the Ukraine, while Foreign Minister Boris Frlec visited Vatican where he handed over an official invitation to Pope John Paul II to visit Slovenia again in May next year. British Foreign Minister Robin Cook and Montenegrin Prime Minister Filip Vujanovic visited Slovenia. Slovene and Croatian Prime Ministers, Drnovsek and Zlatko Matesa, held a meeting on the sidelines of the CEI meeting in Zagreb. Premier Drnovsek charged Minister of Science and Technology Alojz Marincek to temporarily take over the Defence Ministry until the appointment of the new Slovene defence minister. Chief-of-Staff of the Slovene Army, Brigadier Iztok Podbregar, attended a session with his counterparts from the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC). Foreign Minister Frlec gave a regular monthly press conference.

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