Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 9 to 15 June
Ljubljana, 16 June - The week was marked by preparations for the Bush-Putin summit, which took place today at Brdo pri Kranju, north of Ljubljana. Last Saturday, Slovenia reached a solution of an important bilateral issue with Croatia by agreeing to joint ownership of the Krsko nuclear power plant. President Milan Kucan attended a traditional meeting of presidents from Central European countries in Italy's Verbania last weekend, while Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel took part at regular semiannual accession negotiations in Luxembourg on Tuesday and still managed to squeeze in a working visit to Ireland on Wednesday. The April agreement to divide former Yugoslavia's assets was implemented this past week at the Basel Bank for International Settlements (BIS), where Slovenia was given its share according to the key of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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