Slovenia and Poland Expect Better Negotiating Standpoints from Brussels
Brdo pri Kranju, 25 March - The EU enlargement financial strategy proposal presented by the European Commission in January is unacceptable both for Slovenia and Poland, so the two countries expect to convince the Union with reasonable arguments to change the final negotiating positions on the remaining chapters of agriculture, regional policy and budget to be adopted by the Commission by the end of June. This was stressed by Slovene and Polish Prime Ministers, Janez Drnovsek and Lezsek Miller, during Miller's official visit to Slovenia on Monday.
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