EU's Coordinator for the Balkan Stability Pact Visits Slovenia

European Union's coordinator for the Balkan Stability Pact Bodo Hombach, who is paying a visit in Slovenia, told Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Friday that the international community expects an important contribution of Slovenia in the pact, mainly in offering advice. The international community believes that Slovenia is an important partner in settling the crisis in Southeastern Europe, as it knows the situation in this part of Europe, prime minister's office reported.

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