Satisfaction and Well-Known Warnings Voiced at EU-Slovene Association Council
Luxembourg, 26 June - Both Slovenia and the EU expressed satisfaction with Slovenia's accession progress at Tuesday's session of the EU-Slovene Association Council. The progress made in accession negotiations in the first half of this year was remarkable, the chair of the EU part of the council, Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh noted, and added that Slovenia was the first candidate country to close the demanding chapter of environment.
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