Slovene and Austrian FMs Discuss Minority Issues on Margins of Salzburg Festival
Salzburg, 27 July - Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel and his Austrian counterpart Benita Ferrero-Waldner voiced the hope on Saturday that the conference on bilingual place names in the Austrian province of Carinthia would come up with a mutually-acceptable solution. Rupel and Waldner also talked about EU enlargement and bilateral co-operation as they met on the sidelines of the traditional 82nd Salzburg Festival.
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