Slovene and Italian Border Towns Celebrate 1,000 Years
Nova Gorica, 8 September - State borders today, including borders with Italy, have not posed a separation for a long time now, instead they call for and invite to cooperation in a united Europe. These were the words of Slovene President Milan Kucan at Saturday's ceremony marking the 1,000th anniversary of the first written mention of the towns of Solkan and Gorizia - the first on the Slovene, the second on the Italian side of the border.
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