Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 3 through 9 March
Ljubljana, 10 March - The story on the succession of the former Yugoslavia took another twist on Wednesday when Yugoslav Central Bank Governor Mladjan Dinkic announced that Belgrade will activate a lawsuit against Slovenia for its agreement with the London Club if Ljubljana does not accept Belgrade's proposal on a general settlement regarding the succession of former Yugoslavia. Slovenia's central bank Governor France Arhar responded to the comments by asking for a clarification from Dinkic. A different type of clarification was made during Foreing Minister Dimitrij Rupel's visit to Austria; the position of the German-speaking community in Slovenia was cleared up, thus opening the path to the ratification of a bilateral cultural agreement. Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek and his Hungarian couterpart Viktor Orban on the other hand needed no clarification on how good relations between the two neighbouring countries were.
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