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Four-Way Meeting Held as PM Drnovsek Wraps Up Trip to Italy

Ljubljana, 23 November - The new challenges faced by the world following the September 11 attacks in the U.S., internal co-operation and the Balkan situation headed four-way talks between the prime ministers of Slovenia, Italy, Croatia and Hungary in Trieste on Friday. Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek thus concluded his stay in Trieste, where he took part in the summit of the Central European Initiative, while holding a number of bilateral meetings.

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