Dailies Evaluate the Agreement Between Jansa and Sanader
Ljubljana, 5 September - The agreement between the Slovenian and Croatian PMs, Janez Jansa and Ivo Sanader, that the two countries will jointly renovate the levees on the disputed stretch of land near the Hotiza border crossing, met mixed responses in Tuesday's papers. Delo sees this decision as a possible step back, while Dnevnik thinks its value lies in its benefit for the people.
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