PM Drnovsek Scheduled to Head to Reykjavik on Monday
Riga, 7 July - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek is on Monday to leave the Latvian capital of Riga, where he had attended the meeting of prime ministers form the Vilnius group of NATO candidate countries on Friday and Saturday, and is to head to Iceland's capital of Reykjavik for a two-day official visit there. Talks Drnovsek is scheduled to hold with the top Icelandic officials are to focus on Slovenia's bid to become a member of NATO.
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