11 June 2001 PRAGUE, Czech Republic-Austria and its Central European neighbors agreed last week to set up an informal “regional partnership” to discuss issues of common interest and smooth the way for the post-communist countries of the region to enter the European Union. The foreign ministers of Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic gathered […]

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