Round Table "Slovenia as a Francophone Country - Prospects and Problems"
Ljubljana, 11 June - The good and increasing co-operation between Slovenia and France in the political, economic, technical, scientific and cultural area is not evident enough and is in contrast to the extent to which the French language is present in the Slovene school system and the public life. This was the predominant observation made at Friday's round table entitled Slovenia as a Francophone Country - Prospects and Problems, which was organized at the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts.
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