Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 6 to 12 April
Ljubljana, 13 April - NATO last week warned Slovenia about the faltering public support for NATO membership in the country, while the issue was on the agenda of the domestic scene as well. Parliamentary foreign affairs committee passed a decision saying that NATO membership is Slovenia's priority. Commander in Chief of NATO's European Command, General Joseph Ralston, who visited the country, hailed Slovenia's contribution to the stability in SE Europe. Slovenia's role in the region, particularly after it joins the EU, was also on the agenda of CoE Secretary General Walter Schwimmer. Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel meanwhile received assurances in Luxembourg about its support for Slovenia's EU and NATO accession.
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