Drnovsek Expects to Get a Better Sense of U.S. View of Slovenia at Meeting with Bush
New York, 10 May - There are no major unknowns as regards relations between Slovenia and the U.S., Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek told Slovene journalists in New York on Thursday ahead of a meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush on 17 May. He nevertheless expects to get a better sense after the meeting about how Washington sees Slovenia and NATO enlargement, as well as the global situation, for example the war against terrorism and relations with Russia.
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