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Weekly Review of Movements in Slovene Economy from 20 to 25 March

Ljubljana, 25 March - Slovene and Croatian ministers of economic affairs, Maks Tajnikar and Nadan Vidošević, meeting in Zagreb on Thursday, 23 March, discussed the ownership of the Krško Nuclear Power Plant. The two ministers, similarly as on their recent meeting in Krško, discussed the standpoints of Slovenia and Croatia in regards to a new bilateral agreement on the Krško Nuclear Power Plant, which is yet to be designed, and which will precisely define obligations of the two sides. In Slovenia's opinion, this new agreement should be based on the 1974 and 1982 documents, which means that obligations of the two sides defined in these documents should be included in the new bilateral agreement. The new bilateral agreement on the Krško Nuclear Power Plant will deal with three key issues: decommission, ownership, and exploitation.

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