Slovenia Will Study Legal and Political Aspect of U.S. ICC Proposal, Says PM
Bled/Cerklje na Gorenjskem, 19 August - As a signatory of the Rome Statute, Slovenia will carefully study the legal and political aspects of the U.S. proposal to sign a bilateral agreement that would protect US troops from prosecution in the International Criminal Court (ICC) and then adopt the best possible solution. This is what Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek said on Monday at Bled, NW Slovenia, where he received a delegation of U.S. Congressmen, Radio Slovenia reported. President Milan Kucan gave similar assurances to the U.S. officials at a separate meeting at the Strmol Castle, NW Slovenia.
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