Slovenia and Greece Sign Three Bilateral Agreements in a Bid to Boost Relations
Brdo pri Kranju, 30 November - In a move expected to boost bilateral relations, Slovenia and Greece signed three bilateral agreements on Friday, as part of Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis' official visit to Slovenia. Relations between the two countries are excellent, while the signed agreements present a basis for further development, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek told the press following a meeting with Simitis.
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