Zhirinovsky told to leave

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Slovenia asked the Russian right-winger Vladimir Zhirinovsky to leave its territory as soon as possible for violating public law and order, Reuter reports from Belgrade. The Slovene Foreign Ministry complained that 'a group of people accompanying the Russian parliament deputy flagrantly violated public law and order in a restaurant of a hotel in Bled'. Speaking in Ljubljana, Mr Zhirinovsky insisted yesterday that Bosnia-Herzegovina does not exist but is only part of a Greater Serbia. 'Yugoslavia is made up of Greater Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia,' he said.