Slovenia Wishes to Participate in Common European Security and Defence Policy, Says Peterle
Budapest, 31 October - Slovene Foreign Minister Lojze Peterle on Tuesday attended the 46th general assembly of the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) in Budapest, where he presented Slovenia's wish to enter NATO and spoke about Slovenia's role in providing greater security in the regional and broader sense, particularly in Bosnia and Kosovo. The Slovene foreign minister stressed Slovenia's wish for further participation in forming the common European security and defence policy, pointing out the importance of co-operation between Slovenia, Italy and Hungary, a trilateral which has recently been joined by Croatia. As Minister Peterle told STA that Slovenia expressed its preparedness to host the 47th ATA general assembly.
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