Slovene Government in Touch with EU Member States on Succession Issues
Ljubljana, 9 October - The offices of Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk and Foreign Minister Lojze Peterle have been in touch with representatives of the European Commission and governments of the EU member states ahead of Tuesday's visit of French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine to Belgrade, Bajuk's office said late on Monday. Prime Minister Bajuk reiterated Slovenia's stance on succession to former Yugoslavia in a telephone conversation with the President of the European Commission Romano Prodi, who assured Bajuk that he would call for an adequate solution of succession issues. On the topic Bajuk's office briefed also the offices of French, British, German and Spanish prime ministers.
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