LJUBLJANASlovenian leaders on March 23 welcomed the results of two referendums that gave overwhelming support to joining NATO and the European Union next year.Prime Minister Anton Rop hailed the outcome as a chance to bring the former Yugoslav state into the fold of a stable and prosperous Western Europe."I'm very satisfied with these results," said Rop. "Joining the European Union and NATO means greater security, faster economic development and major stability. It also means a lot of duties for us."I believe these referendums mark the end of an era and the beginning of a new one, during wh...
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