The UN Does Not Choose Its Patients, Tuerk Tells Dnevnik

Ljubljana, 17 October - "Politics is a strongly irrational affair. Even between Slovenia and Croatia, where there are no reasons for serious disputes, relations are emotional. These relations are not dangerous but are an important part of the problem, because of which the search for a solution is made more difficult. There are many irrationalities in the world, many political passions, and such problems are difficult to solve," Danilo Tuerk, an assistant UN secretary-general, told the daily Dnevnik on Friday, naming the Middle East as one such problem.

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