Dnevnik on the Visit of Prodi and Verheugen to Slovenia
Ljubljana, 9 June - The often unfavourable public opinion in the EU about Slovenia makes the visit of the European Commissioner President Romano Prodi and Enlargement Commissioner Guenter Verheugen well-timed. Negotiations are in the final stages, which is also indicated by the beginning of heated debates on the enlargement issues that concern money. Unexpected quarrels have of course made the impression that the process is coming to a halt, yet assurances made by Prodi and Verheugen that the negotiations would close in 2002 despite some difficulties have successfully dispelled doubts on the pace of the enlargement, the Slovene daily Dnevnik writes on Saturday.
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