Slovenia Officially Becomes a NATO Member

Washington, 29 March - Slovenia has officially become a member of NATO after Prime Minister Anton Rop deposited the North Atlantic Treaty ratification documents with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on Monday alongside six heads of government from Central and Eastern Europe. The formal NATO entry is considered the fulfillment of one of Slovenia's key foreign policy goals, set when the country declared independence in 1991.

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