First Slovene Prime Minister Speaks on Slovenia's Progress Since Independence
Otočec, 22 June - Lojze Peterle, the first Slovene Prime Minister after the independence, and his then Croatian counterpart Franjo Greguric met on the occasion of Slovenia's tenth independence anniversary at Otocec, southeastern Slovenia, on Friday, expressing a wish that Slovenia and Croatia find a way to solve bilateral issues, which would ease their ways to the EU and NATO.
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