Slovenia to Define the Future of CEFTA Next Year as the Presiding Country
Bratislava, 14 September - The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) signatories will continue to make efforts to diminish the hurdles to free trade among the members, while the organisation remains open for newcomers, was written in a joint declaration signed upon the conclusion of the CEFTA summit in Bratislava on Saturday. Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek, who also attended the event, said that that the summit was successful, as the signatories had established that CEFTA has fulfilled its purpose.
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