Slovenia Says Croatia's Sale of Border Land Illegal
Ljubljana, 29 February - The Slovenian Foreign Ministry protested on Friday over the news that Croatia had sold or leased patches of farm land located on the left bank of the bordering Dragonja river. The ministry, which labelled the move illegal as it believes the area belongs to Slovenia, sees any deals that were made null and void.
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