Peterle Holds Talks in Washington and New York
Washington, 15 September - Slovene Foreign Minister on Thursday paid a visit to Washington, where he met with special advisor of the U.S. President Bill Clinton and the director of the department for SE Europe in the national security council, Gregory Schulte, Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa and Michael Enzi of Wyoming. As Minister Peterle told STA, the talks centred on Slovenia's integration into NATO and the situation in SE Europe ahead of federal elections in the FRY. Peterle also attended a dinner organised by Slovene Ambassador to the U.S. Davorin Kracun. On Friday, Peterle is scheduled to meet Senator George Voinovich of Ohio and Congressman James Oberstar of Minnesota, both of whom are of Slovene origin, and the chairman of the U.S. NATO committee Bruce Jackson.
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