Government Sits in for First Session After Summer Break
Ljubljana, 5 September - Slovenian ministers met for the first government session after the summer break on Thursday, deciding to give new tasks to the fund for agricultural land and forests, supply fresh capital to the Slovenian Railways and to back the accession of neighbouring Croatia to the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA).
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