Trilateral Partnership Expands to Four Members
Budapest, 13 September - Four years after coming into existence, the trilateral partnership between Slovenia, Italy and Hungary admitted Croatia among its ranks. Croatia's membership to this initiative was officially confirmed on Wednesday at Kiraly Palace near Budapest by the Prime Ministers from these four countries, Slovenia's Andrej Bajuk, Italy's Giuliano Amato, Hungary's Viktor Orban and Croatia's Ivica Racan.
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