Daily Comments on the EU's Foreign Policy and V-10 Dispute

Ljubljana, 19 February - If the officials of the acceding countries, at least those who answered the invitation of the Greek PM Kostas Simitis to come to Brussels, expected to be briefed on the EU stance on the Iraqi crisis, they ended up hearing even more than they had expected. They realised that the Union does not fully appreciate their flirtation with the U.S. ideas on reducing tension in the Gulf. On the contrary, top officials of sovereign countries do not have the right to independent positions, the daily Delo writes on Wednesday.

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