Weekly Review of Events in Slovenia from July 3 through 7

Ljubljana, 10 July - Visits to Slovenia were paid by Rumania's Prime Minister Radu Vasile, Britain's European Affairs Minister Joyce Quin, Bosnian and Hungarian parliamentary delegations, and Bavarian Finance Minister Erwin Huber. Foreign Minister Boris Frlec attended the regular session of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna, while a parliamentary delegation attended the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly session in St. Petersburg which dealt with common security and democracy in the 21st century issues. Italy's Chamber of Deputies announced it would debate the Slovene Ethnic Minority Protection Bill at a plenary session on 23 July.

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