Iceland Supports Slovenia's Bid to Join NATO, Slovene FM is Reassured

Reykjavik, 3 May - Slovenia's bid to join NATO topped the agenda of Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel's working visit to Iceland on Thursday. Icelandic top officials told Rupel that this Nordic country was in favour of Slovenia becoming a NATO member as early as in the first round of NATO expansion, and that the support would continue also in the future.

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