Meeting of Slovene-Austrian Commission of Historians Considered Successful

Vienna/Ljubljana, 2 March - The second meeting of historians who make up the Slovene-Austrian commission of historians and legal experts in charge of examining Slovene-Austrian relations in the 20th century, which wrapped up on Friday in Vienna, showed that scientists from both sides are committed to achieve common results, head of the Austrian side Arnold Suppan told the Austrian press agency APA on Friday.

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