Middle East Crisis Tops the Agenda of Peres's Talks With Kucan and Drnovsek
Bled, 21 August - The Middle East crisis was high on the agenda in the separate talks that the visiting Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres held Wednesday with President Milan Kucan and Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek. As Peres suggested, the biggest obstacle in the efforts for a peaceful solution of the crisis are Islamic extremists, while President Kucan insisted that the only solution to the problem lies in the responsibility of both sides to end violence.
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