Italy's EU Presidency to Stimulate Bilateral Co-operation, Says Kacin

Ljubljana, 15 July - Being the only EU accession country which borders on Italy, Slovenia should take advantage of Italy's current EU presidency for bilateral issues, Jelko Kacin, chair of the parliamentary foreign affairs committee, told a joint meeting with the parliamentary commission for European affairs on Tuesday. Italy's Ambassador Norberto Cappello also joined the meeting.

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