Slovenia and Yugoslavia Sign a Number of Agreements, More Expected in the Near Future
Ljubljana, 2 November - Slovenia signed three agreements with Yugoslavia on Friday, while more, including key agreements on air traffic and free trade, are still in the works and should be signed in the near future, it was stressed by Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel and his Yugoslav counterpart Goran Svilanovic at a press conference in Ljubljana. Apart from meeting with Rupel, Svilanovic also met with Slovene President Milan Kucan, Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek and Parliament Speaker Borut Pahor. Moreover, he is expected to officially open the Yugoslav Embassy in Ljubljana, in what will be the final act of his second official visit to Slovenia in less than a year.
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