PfP Language Centre to Be Set up in Slovenia Next Year
Brussels, 10 May - NATO/SLOVENIA/PODBREGAR
A Partnership for Peace language centre is to open in Slovenia next year. English will be the main language taught at the centre whose establishment is outlined in the Slovene Partnership programme for the period 2001 to 2002. This was announced by Chief-of-Staff of the Slovene Armed Forces Iztok Podbregar, who attended Wednesday's meeting between chiefs-of-staff from NATO member states and their counterparts from the countries participating in the Partnership for Peace programme.
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