Slovenia Expects NATO Membership Invitation, But Is Still a Bit Cautious, Drnovsek Tells CNN
Washington, 15 May - Slovenia expects to receive an invitation to join NATO at the Prague summit in November, yet it is "a little cautious" after it was left out of the NATO expansion round agreed a few years ago at the Madrid summit, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek said in an interview on Wednesday. Speaking to CNN during his several-day working visit to the U.S., Drnovsek said he expects his meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush scheduled on 17 May to centre on Slovenia's bid to join NATO as well as bilateral relations.
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