Rupel and Italian Officials Discuss Support for Slovene Minority Law
Trieste, 10 February - Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel met with two Italian officials in the Italian city of Trieste to discuss the law for safeguarding the Slovene minority living in Italy, and illegal immigration on Saturday. MEP and a candidate for the post of the new Italian prime minister, Francesco Rutelli, and Justice Minister Piero Fassino, reassured Rupel that the law will soon be approved in the Italian Senate, the Slovene minister told the press after their half-an-hour closed-door meeting.
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