NATO Shows Interest in Slovenia's Relations with Croatia

Brussels, 21 October - NATO and Slovenia on Tuesday in Brussels for the last time reviewed Slovenia's preparedness for NATO accession in terms of the implementation of the Membership Action Plan (MAP). The nineteen-nation bloc "praised Slovenia's integration into NATO", according to Foreign Ministry State Secretary Samuel Zbogar, who added that NATO officials asked a number of questions, showing particular interest in Slovenia's relations with Croatia.

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