Primorski dnevnik: Slovenia Will be the Centre of World's Attention Again

Trieste, 20 May - It is not often that Slovenia is in the centre of the world's attention. In the last ten years it has occurred only once: June 1991, when the Yugoslav army attempted to prevent Slovenia's independence. This time it will not be war events that will be in the forefront, instead issues concerning how to prevent wars will be the focus. Ljubljana is expecting the summit of U.S. President George W. Bush and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, who will hold their first ever meeting in Slovenia, and only a week before the country celebrates its tenth anniversary, writes the Primorski dnevnik in Sunday's issue.

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