Slovenia and the Netherlands sign oil reserves deal

Apr 03, 2007 02:00 AM

Economy Minister Andrej Vizjak and his Dutch counterpart Maria van der Hoeven signed in The Hague an agreement on the mutual use of crude oil reserves and products. The document is part of an initiative for enhancing economic cooperation between the countries.
"Further possibilities for economic cooperation between the two countries are open," Prime Minister Janez Jansa said after the signing.

Jansa added that economic cooperation between the two countries was very good: trade exceeded EUR 900 mm last year, while the Netherlands is the third biggest investor in Slovenia.
The Slovenian PM also pointed to new investment opportunities in Slovenia, as the government is pushing ahead with the privatisation of Telco Telekom Slovenije.

Source: www1.reporter.gr
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