NATO Summit: President and PM Confident in Referendum Success

Prague, 21 November - The world of today is so interconnected - for better or for worse - so interdependent that isolation is not an option. For Slovenia, NATO membership will mean obligations, sometimes even unpleasant ones, but also greater security, which is crucial for a country as small as Slovenia, Slovenian President Milan Kucan and Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek told the press in Prague, convinced that citizens would back membership at referendum.

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