Potocnik Says Slovenia Should Have Realistic Expectations of Commissioner

Ljubljana, 10 March - Slovenia's first European Commissioner has asked that the country's expectations of his work at the European Commission remain realistic. In effect, Janez Potocnik admitted on Wednesday that he will, in the remaining six months of the current commission, be unable to cause any major policy shifts.

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