Slovene PM Starts Working Visit to U.S., Says He Feels Fine
Washington, 14 May - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Tuesday began his official visit to the U.S. by meeting with Republican senators Richard Lugar (Indiana) and Gordon Smith (Oregon), both members of the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee. Although the focus of their talks was NATO enlargement, which both senators support, Drnovsek was also asked about his health after suffering from exhaustion on Friday, in response to which he said that he is now feeling fine, after having the chance to rest in Massachusetts for the weekend.
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