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Meeting of the Presidency of the Republic of Slovenia

Ljubljana, 25 July - During a sitting held yesterday evening, the Presidency of the Republic of Slovenia discussed the problems and questions arising in connection with the implementation of the resolution on the withdrawal of the Yugoslav Army headquarters, units and establishments from Slovene territory passed by the Presidency of the S.F.R.Y. The withdrawal was assessed as a task with very demanding technical, logistical and general aspects. The Presidency took the position that the YA should withdraw from Slovenia as soon as possible and that the competent Slovene authorities would do all that is necessary to regulate and solve the technical and other questions pertaining to the withdrawal by mutual agreement and following the reaching of a consensus with the Federal authorities and the Yugoslav Army. During the continuation of the sitting, the Presidency analyzed the state of affairs abroad and assessed that a diplomatic struggle of long duration would be required in order to achieve international recognition of the Republic of Slovenia. The main elements of the strategy to be applied in the domain of foreign policy and the proposals for international visits were formed. The Presidency accepted the motion put forward by the Parliamentary parties: mainly, that a so-called mission of goodwill from the Republic of Slovenia visit all the Yugoslav republics. The Slovene Presidency will send a special note to the Presidencies of the Yugoslav republics, i.e. to their Presidents informing them that the Slovene mission of goodwill would like to visit all the republics by mid August to hold talks with the representatives of their highest governmental bodies and the political parties represented in their Assemblies.

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