Slovenia Urges the EU to Be Exempt from Steel Market Protection Measures
Luxembourg, 15 April - At Monday's EU Association Council, Slovenia opened up the issue of measures to protect the Union's steel industry which might severely affect Slovenia's steel producers. Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel expressed hope that a solution would be found at Tuesday's consultations between the EU and Slovenia in Brussels. Chief EU negotiator Eneko Landaburu said that the EU is also waiting for the outcome of tomorrow's consultations and stressed that the measures were taken in a crisis situation as a reaction to the shutting-down of the U.S. steel market.
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