Nation Must Confront and Accept its Past, Says President Kucan
Koper, 25 October - The events of WWII and the post-WWII extrajudicial mass murders are currently dividing Slovenes, making them concentrate on the past, Slovene President Milan Kucan said on the first day of a two-day symposium in Koper on Thursday. The nation must show moral power to confront and accept its past, so that it would not burden the future generations. "This must be done and a mature nation can achieve this," he stressed.
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