In September 1989 the Slovenes Broke the Belgrade Wall, Says Kucan
Ljubljana, 9 November - KUCAN/BUCAR/BERLIN/WALL
In September 1989 the Slovenes broke the Belgarde wall and in amending the then Slovene constitution contributed to the rule of human rights. The Berlin Wall still stood firm back then, therefore we took great risks; we took risks together and we succeeded, said Slovene President Milan Kucan at the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on the national television on Tuesday.
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