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Ljubljana, 9 November - DELO: RECOGNITION, YES, BUT.... The Hague peace conference is becoming in its present state more and more problematic to Germany. In opposite to the majority of the Twelve, the situation in Yugoslavia has been a theme of foreign affair polemics in Germany for quite a few months already. In these polemics, the enthusiasm for recognizing Slovenian and Croatia is increasing and is forcing the government to behave in such a way that it could get into bad trouble with its allies: to take on solo acts. The present situation is, for Germany, as a country which is trying to affirm its foreign policies under the trademark of European cooperation and integration, painful also because of another thing: the incompetency of the EC to effectively stand against Serbian aggression also represents the incompetency of the EC to speak in "one political language". One month before the summit of the EC, which is in Maastrich to decide the further accelerated transformation of the EC into an economic and political union, such a discovery is a real catastrophe, comments Marjan Sedmak.

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