President Kucan Writes to Colleague Ciampi Over Slovene Minority's Problems
Ljubljana, 12 September - ITALY/SLOVENIA/MINORITY
Slovene President Milan Kucan on Tuesday sent a letter to Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, in which he addressed problems faced by Slovenes living in a village near St. Andrea in Italy, who had complained about threats received by the Gorizia city administration to dispossess them of their land in order to build a stop for trucks at the border. Kucan in the letter supported their request to be received by President Ciampi, the President's office said on Wednesday.
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