The Slovene prime minister visits Belgrade for the first time since his country declared independence.span>24 June 2002span> BELGRADE, Yugoslavia– In a landmark visit to Belgrade last week, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek closed a chapter of the region’s history. Eleven years before, representatives of Slovenia–then a republic within the former Yugoslavia–left the federal institutions, effectively […]

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