It concerns Pahor's statement that Slovenia would work to ensure Kosovo is recognized by the five EU member-states "that have not yet done so."
In a press release cited by the agency STA, Pahor stressed that Kosovo is one of the main political issues on which Slovenia and Serbia hold "distinctly different views."
Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar has decided to cancel his visit to Croatia, planned for next week.
Slovenian police have arrested a Serbian citizen and seized 10 kilos of cocaine he had in his possession during a routine traffic check in Levec, near Celje.
According to Ales Slapnik from the Celje police, "the 38-year-old Serbian and his partner, who was traveling with him in a car, have both been arrested," the STA agency reported.
LJUBLJANA - Slovenian PM Miro Cerar will make an official visit to Serbia on Sunday and Monday for a third joint session of the two countries' governments, the STA agency reported Friday, quoting a press release from the Slovenian government press office.