Yugoslavia Would Abolish Visas if Slovenia Could Too, Says Yugoslav Ambassador
Ljubljana, 17 November - The abolition of visas for Slovenes and other foreign citizens is perhaps not the wisest decision of the Montenegrin goverment as it is in clear opposition with the official Yugoslav foreign policy and questions the Yugoslav constitution as concerns foreign relations, said Yugoslav Ambassador to Slovenia Ivo Viskovic in an interview for Saturday's issue of Slovene daily Dnevnik. Yugoslavia would abolish visas immediately, if Slovenia could do the same, which is unrealistic to expect, explained Viskovic, as there is a principle of reciprocity in diplomacy that must be respected.
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