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Slovene President Touches on NEK Agreement, Upcoming Elections in Television Interview

Ljubljana, 30 June - Slovene President Milan Kucan touched on bilateral relations with Croatia, especially the questionable future of the agreement on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK), as well as the upcoming presidential elections and the reshaping of the Slovene government after Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek steps down to run for president, during Sunday's late evening interview for the national television. Kucan told the station that he has not ruled out opting to officially endorse one of the presidential candidates in the run up to the autumn election.

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