Solana and Drnovsek Hope Serbia Will Continue Djindjic's Legacy
Brdo pri Kranju, 13 March - The assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic came as a shock to me, because we were friends; we worked together, EU foreign and security chief Javier Solana told the press as he launched a visit to Slovenia on Thursday evening. Arriving in Slovenia from the Serbian capital, Solana was convinced that the leadership in Belgrade will manage to stay on the course of reforms.
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