Slovene Minority in Italy Briefs President Kucan on Its Problems
Nova Gorica, 9 September - ITALY/SLOVENIA/MINORITY
Slovene President Milan Kucan late on Saturday afternoon in Nova Gorica, eastern Slovenia, met with Slovene minority representatives living in Italy, who briefed him on their difficulties faced in the implementation of the minority protection act. Slovenes living in a village near St. Andrea in Italy, on the other hand complained about the threats received by the Gorizia city administration to dispossess them of their land in order to build a stop for trucks at the border. They announced to complain about the matter at the Council of Europe.
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