Slovenia to Prove Its Skills as a Host Again
Ljubljana, 28 May - A meeting of the 16 Central European presidents to be held this Friday and Saturday at Bled and Brdo pri Kranju, is to be not only the largest multi-lateral event held in Slovenia to date, but also one of the most important. As the officials participating in its organisation point out, it might prove to be even more demanding than any of the previous top official meetings held in Slovenia, among them the meeting of U.S. President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin and two visits by the Pope John Paul II. This is the second time Slovenia will host a meeting of the Central European presidents after eight heads of states met on the Slovene coast in 1997.
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