Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 23 to 29 March

Ljubljana, 30 March - The past week was marked by Slovenia's efforts to join the Euro-Atlantic institutions. Prime Minster Janez Drnovsek attended a meeting of his counterparts from the Vilnius group of NATO candidate countries, while Ronald D. Asmus, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, discussed NATO-related issues in Slovenia. Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel paid a visit to London last week, discussing EU reforms. Slovene and Hungarian Presidents Milan Kucan and Ferenc Madl opened an international border crossing at Cepinci-Ketvoelgy. Visiting Slovenia were also Polish Prime Minister Leszek Miller and SFOR commander in Bosnia John B. Sylvester. The events on the domestic scene, on the other hand, were dominated by doctors' strike.

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