SZEKESFEHERVAR, Hungary, April 28 (AFP)
- Presidents of a dozen central and eastern European countries opened
a two-day summit Friday which their host said should focus on finding a
new peace in the region, long scarred by wars.
The assembled heads of state gathered
in the Hungarian town of Szekesfehervar for an annual informal summit to
discuss solidarity in the region as it enters the new millennium.
The summit is the seventh such annual
gathering of presidents of Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, Romania,
Slovakia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, as well as