Hungary and Slovenia Agree to Tackle Minority Issues

Ljubljana, 19 April - Minority issues dominated the talks between President Janez Drnovsek and his Hungarian counterpart Ferenc Madl in Ljubljana on Tuesday. According to Drnovsek, the two sides agreed that the bilateral commission overseeing the agreement that grants special rights to the ethic minority living in the other country would meet in May.

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