Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 29 April to 5 May
Ljubljana, 6 May - Last week, which was marked by Labour Day celebrations, Slovenia got a new prime minister, as Andrej Bajuk mustered enough parliamentary support in the third round of voting. Outgoing Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel attended the conference on Euro-Atlantic integrations in Bratislava, where he discussed NATO expansion and the situation in Kosovo and Yugoslavia.
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