I'd Be Surprised if Slovenia Is Not Invited to NATO, Says Drnovsek
Ljubljana, 17 May - "I'd be very surprised if Slovenia is not invited to join NATO," Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek told TV Slovenija on Friday evening after meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush in Washington. He added that the referendum on joining NATO has not been on the agenda of talks in the U.S., however what has surprised the U.S. officials were news about the relatively low support for NATO membership. "They simply could not understand this, and they would like the support to be relatively good and reliable if we are to be allies and partners," he stressed.
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