Nobody Wants War in Iraq, Drnovsek Says in Hungary

Budapest, 17 February - Slovenia and Hungary have pursued joint goals in the past, notably EU and NATO membership, Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek noted after meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Ferenc Madl on Monday in Budapest. Launching a visit to neighbouring Hungary, Drnovsek told the press that he was convinced the two countries would co-operate even more closely once in the EU.

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