Slovak Prime Minister to Visit Slovenia on Friday
Ljubljana, 15 February - Slovak Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda, invited by his Slovene counterpart Janez Drnovsek, is to arrive on an official visit to Slovenia on Friday. Accompanied by a business delegation, Dzurinda is to meet with Speaker of the Parliament Borut Pahor, President Milan Kucan, and President of the Slovene Chamber of Commerce Jozko Cuk. The talks will focus on bilateral economic co-operation between Slovenia and Slovakia and on both countries' experience in accession to the EU and NATO.
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