Slovene and Italian Mayors Meet to Discuss Health Co-operation
Sežana, 6 October - Over twenty mayors from the Slovene and Italian border communities have gathered for their seventh meeting on Saturday at Sezana, SW Slovenia, to discuss cross-border cooperation in health. Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel, who addressed the mayors, said that Italy is an important state to Slovenia, as it is the second major trade partner, who also supports Slovenia in its integration into Euro-Atlantic institutions.
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