Drnovsek Begins Visit to Rome
Rome, 19 February - After arriving on a two-day official visit in Rome, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Monday met with Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato. At the meeting, which was according to Drnovsek a conversation between two good neighbours, both officials expressed satisfaction over the fact that the Italian Senate last week adopted the act to protect the Slovene minority. Now that this important issue is solved, the minority will even stronger connect the two nations rather than dividing them, believed Drnovsek. Amato announced that the Italian government would start
implementing the act shortly by establishing a mixed commission that will monitor the act's implementation.
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