SLOVENIA-FRANCE-EU-DIPLOMACY : News Photo

SLOVENIA-FRANCE-EU-DIPLOMACY

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(From L) The Presidents of French Francois Hollande, Slovenia Borut Pahor, Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov, Croatia Ivo Josipovic, Bosnia and Hercegovina Zeljko Komsic and Montenegro Filip Vujanovic walk away after posing for a group photo during The Leaders' Meeting of Brdo Process in Brdo Pri Kanju on July 25, 2013. The presidents of eight western Balkans countries along with French president Francois Hollande met in Slovenia at an unprecedented summit aimed at promoting cooperation and further EU's enlargement in the region. The summit was organized by the presidents of the only two former Yugoslav states that joined the EU, Slovenia's Borut Pahor and Croatia's Ivo Josipovic, and backed by the French president underlining the need for reforms for all Balkans states that would like to join the EU. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)
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(From L) The Presidents of French Francois Hollande, Slovenia Borut Pahor, Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov, Croatia Ivo Josipovic, Bosnia and Hercegovina Zeljko Komsic and Montenegro Filip Vujanovic walk away after posing for a group photo during The Leaders' Meeting of Brdo Process in Brdo Pri Kanju on July 25, 2013. The presidents of eight western Balkans countries along with French president Francois Hollande met in Slovenia at an unprecedented summit aimed at promoting cooperation and further EU's enlargement in the region. The summit was organized by the presidents of the only two former Yugoslav states that joined the EU, Slovenia's Borut Pahor and Croatia's Ivo Josipovic, and backed by the French president underlining the need for reforms for all Balkans states that would like to join the EU. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)
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