Slovenia and Serbia to Benefit from Free Trade Accord, Agriculture Ministers Say
Ljubljana, 29 August - That Slovenia and Serbia have quite high chances for the development of relations was an opinion shared by Slovenian Agriculture Minister Franci But and his Serbian counterpart Dragan Veselinov, who began a four-day visit to Slovenia on Wednesday. The two ministers gathered at their Thursday's meeting that the commissions in charge of finalising a free trade agreement between Slovenia and the FRY managed to agree on some 90 percent of the related issues.
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