Priorities of WHO-Slovenia Co-operation to be Set Today

Ljubljana, 27 July - The World Health Organization (WHO) considers Slovenia a country to which it can offer assistance in the form of expert advice and technical assistance. At the same time Slovenia is a country from whose experience in helping developing countries in SE Europe WHO could learn. This was said at a press conference by WHO Director for Europe Marc Danzon, who is to complete a two-day visit to Slovenia later today.

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