National Security Council Discusses Foreign Policy Priorities
Ljubljana, 1 February - Discussing Slovenia's priorities in foreign affairs for 2001, the national security council focussed Thursday on the open issues in Slovenia's relations with Croatia. Following the debate, which was also attended by President Milan Kucan and Speaker of the Parliament Borut Pahor, the council backed Slovenia's readiness to assist Croatia on its way towards the EU and other European organisation, the Prime Minister's Cabinet has reported.
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