Central European Presidents Will have to Find New Topics for Their Meetings, Kucan Believes
Ljubljana, 28 May - Presidents of Central European countries, who first came together in 1994, set as the goal of their meetings the anchoring of Central European countries in the security environment of NATO and in the EU as the foundation of a united Europe. Looking back at the first meeting, which produced a definition of Central Europe and its possible role in European institutions, and the upcoming meeting in Slovenia, where presidents will discuss the role of Central Europe in a uniting Europe, it can be said that the meetings have come full circle, Slovene President Milan Kucan said Tuesday in a special interview for STA ahead of the 9th meeting of presidents from Central Europe. He added that "presidents will now have to think about how to go on, and find new topics for the meetings".
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