Delo Takes a Critical Look at Central European Summit
Ljubljana, 1 June - Meetings which were encouraged nearly a decade ago by Czech President Vaclav Havel - who maintained that talks between presidents of Central European countries which used to be on the opposite sides of the Iron Curtain for such a long time could be useful when common values were being searched for and European integration aspired to - have lost of all their meaning, Saturday's edition of daily Delo comments on the Central European summit which has gathered the largest number of heads of state from Central Europe so far.
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