Review of Events Involving Slovenia in the Week from 18 to 24 November
Ljubljana, 25 November - The most resounding event on the foreign political scene last week was the decision adopted by the Yugoslav government to establish diplomatic relations with Slovenia. State Secretary at the Slovene Economics Ministry Anton Grabeljsek and Bishop of Ljubljana and Slovene Metropolitan Franc Rode paid a visit to Belgrade. The Slovene and Croatian presidents, Milan Kucan and Stipe Mesic, held an unofficial meeting. The Council of the Adriatic-Ionian Initiative held a session on the margin of the EU-Balkan summit, while the Alps-Adria Working Community met for a plenary session. Officials of the Slovene Police with their Croatian counterparts agreed on joint measures to stanch the flow of illegal immigrants from Croatia to Slovenia.
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