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Panel: Indisputable Slovenian Land Cannot Be Subject of Negotiations

Seńćovlje, 24 May - Participants of a panel discussing the border with Croatia, organised on Saturday by the 25 June Association, shared the view that the answer to the question of "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea" was no.

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
From left to right: vice-president of the 25 June Association expert council Peter Pavel Klasinc, Josko Joras, 25 June Association director Marjan Podobnik, and Joras's legal council Danijel Starman.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Josko Joras.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Josko Joras and 25 June Association director Marjan Podobnik.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Josko Joras.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
Josko Joras and 25 June Association director Marjan Podobnik.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Secovlje
Panel discussing "whether anyone has the right to negotiate on behalf of Slovenia on its indisputable land and sea", organised by the 25 June Association.
From left to right: vice-president of the 25 June Association expert council Peter Pavel Klasinc, Josko Joras, 25 June Association director Marjan Podobnik, and Joras's legal council Danijel Starman.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

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