Slovene MPs Visit Refugee Camps in Montenegro
Ljubljana, 27 September - Rozaje, 27 September - Slovenia's parliamentary delegation paying a four-day visit to Montenegro visited two refugee camps in the north of this southern Yugoslav republic on Monday. Meeting with officials of the republican komissariat for refugees, refugee camp leaderships and the refugees, the MPs led by International Relations Committee chairman Jelko Kacin familiarised themselves with the refugee situation in Montenegro where about 45,000 displaced persons of different nationalities are currently stationed.
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