Slovene and Norwegian FMs Discuss Multilateral Co-operation and Ways to Boost Ties

Ljubljana, 26 June - Co-operation in multilateral organisations, and bilateral issues were high on the agenda on Wednesday, as Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel met his Norwegian counterpart Jan Petersen, who is paying a one-day official visit to Slovenia. The pair agreed that there is a lot of potential for co-operation between Slovenia and Norway, particularly in economy. It was therefore said that business conferences would be encouraged in a bid to boost trade and take economic co-operation to higher levels.

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