Slovenia and Iceland Discuss NATO and EU Enlargement Upon Visit of Slovene PM
Reykjavik, 8 July - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek discussed NATO and EU enlargement with his Icelandic counterpart David Oddsson upon his official visit to Reykjavik on Monday. Drnovsek's assessment was that Slovene-Icelandic dialogue is important also because of Slovenia's NATO membership, as Iceland has been a NATO member ever since the Alliance was founded in 1949, said the PM's office in a press release. Oddsson said Iceland strongly supports NATO enlargement, which will contribute greatly to international security, even if Iceland loses some of its influence within NATO.
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