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Border Commission Believes It Is Making Progress

Umag, 30 September - A meeting of a joint commission dealing with the Slovenian-Croatian border brought Tuesday a proposal from the Croatian side for an agreement. Davorin Rudolf, the chair of the Croatian delegation, said the details were discussed and the commission agreed to seek a compromise which could lead to a solution.

Croatia, Umag
Third meeting of Slovenian-Croatian border commission, bringing together international law experts.
Photo: Jure Kos/STA

Croatia, Umag
Third meeting of Slovenian-Croatian border commission, bringing together international law experts.
Head of the Slovenian delegation Miha Pogacnik (left) and Croatia's Davorin Rudolf (right).
Photo: Jure Kos/STA

Croatia, Umag
Third meeting of Slovenian-Croatian border commission, bringing together international law experts.
Head of the Slovenian delegation Miha Pogacnik (left) and Croatia's Davorin Rudolf (right).
Photo: Jure Kos/STA

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