Slovenia and Yugoslavia Still to Sign Bilateral Agreements on Economic Co-Operation

Belgrade, 16 July - The first steps of economic co-operation between Slovenia and Yugoslavia following the political change in Serbia have been satisfactory, despite the fact that appropriate bilateral agreements have not yet been signed, agreed the Slovene Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Borut Suklje, and the President of the Yugoslav Chamber of Commerce (PKJ), Slobodan Korac, at their meeting in Belgrade on Monday.

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