Drnovsek Says Slovenia Is Investing a Lot into Children's Development
New York, 9 May - The special session of the UN General Assembly dedicated to children is a good opportunity to exchange information about how individual countries deal with children-related issues, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek, who is attending the session in New York, told STA. On the first day of the session in New York, the Slovene prime minister also met with Bosnian President Beriz Belkic and Albanian President Rexep Meidani.
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