FM Questioned about Croatia, Succession Issues, Minority in Italy, and Transvestite Scandal

Ljubljana, 13 March - Aside the Middle East conflict and the U.S. nuclear plans, Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel was also questioned by the parliamentary foreign affairs committee about Slovenia's relations with Croatia, Italy's attitude towards the Slovene minority, former Yugoslavia's succession issues and a scandal involving transvestites. Minister Rupel assessed his recent meeting with his Croatian counterpart Tonino Picula more fruitful than generally believed.

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