Slovenia and Hungary Have Positive Attitude Towards Austria's Initiative for Strategic Partnership

Budapest, 7 March - Slovenia and Hungary have excellent bilateral relations, and could serve as a model of good-neighbourly relations. Moreover, the two countries are bound by similar views on major issues in EU accession talks, chiefly on the free flow of workers, as well as on the situation in Southeastern Europe. This was said by Slovene and Hungarian Prime Ministers Janez Drnovsek and Viktor Orban after their meeting in Budapest on Wednesday.

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