Slovenia Ascribes Great Importance to Stability Pact, Says Podobnik

Speaker of Slovene Parliament Janez Podobnik, who attended the meeting of parliamentary speakers from countries participating in the Stability Pact in Zagreb on Tuesday, stressed in his address that a Europe governed by peace, stability and welfare, is in Slovenia's national interest. Speakers opening the two-day meeting, including the Pact's co-ordinator Bodo Hombach, advocated the strengthening of economic and political co-operation in the region, and stressed that there would be no peace in the region until Slobodan Milosevic is in power in Yugoslavia.

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