Slovenia Expects Suspension of Controversial Serbian Decree

Ljubljana/Brussels, 22 July - Slovenia expects Serbia to suspend amendments to a decree on property nationalised after the break-up of Yugoslavia which could severely affect Slovenian businesses, Prime Minister Janez Jansa and Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel told their Serbian counterparts Tuesday.

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