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Peterle: Slovenia Will More Easily Follow Its Interest in the New SE Europe

Zagreb, 24 November - It will be easier for Slovenia to follow its interests in the new SE Europe, which gathered in Zagreb today, said Slovene Foreign Minister Lojze Peterle, who attended the summit of the EU and five counties of SE Europe which are taking part in a process of stabilization. In his speech at the plenary session of the Zagreb summit, Peterle expressed hope that Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia, Albania and the FRY would as soon as possible integrate into European institutions, and said that Slovenia as a EU associated country is ready to offer support and aid.

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