Concrete Discussion on NATO Enlargement in June, NATO Official Says

Budapest, 29 May - Although NATO enlargement is not on the agenda of a meeting of foreign ministers from NATO member states which is underway in Budapest, participants will have the opportunity to discuss it. As STA was told by the alliance's official Yves Brodeur, more concrete talks on the issue are to be expected on 13 June, when NATO foreign ministers will be joined by prime ministers and presidents from NATO states, including the U.S. President George Bush, in Brussels at a session of the North Atlantic Council. The meeting will, be according to Brodeur, a steppingstone to the Prague summit in November next year.

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