Amato: Rome to Withdraw Money from Fiduciary Account after Last Instalment Is Payed
Rome, 19 February - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek, who is paying a two-day visit to Rome, later on Monday attended lunch, given by his Italian counterpart Giuliano Amato. The Italian Prime Minister at the occassion touched on the issue of the money for compensation payments to the Italians who left the former Yugoslavia following the end of World War II, which Slovenia is paying to a fiduciary account at the Dresden Bank in Luxembourg. Amato announced that the Italian government would probably withdraw the money after the last instalment is payed next year. The Italian government would like to discuss the issue together with the act on compensation payments, which is in parliamentary procedure, he added.
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