Pesic and Drnovsek: Slovene-Yugoslav Relations Developing Well, More Still to Come

Belgrade, 18 June - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek labelled his first official visit to FR Yugoslavia as important for relations between the countries, while assessing that it also represents the closing of some chapters in history and a step towards a future of good co-operation and the search for common solutions. Drnovsek's statements came after a meeting he held with his Yugoslav counterpart Dragisa Pesic in Belgrade on Tuesday. Pesic told the press conference that the talks held so far have established that bilateral relations, especially the economic ties, have developed rapidly since the two countries established diplomatic relations at the end of 2000.

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