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Border Commission Agrees to Disagree on Two Major Issues

Šmarješke Toplice, 28 January - The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries agreed on Wednesday that the situation on the ground as on 25 June 1991 should serve as the key for a solution. The commission believes it is now up to politics to decide on two major issues that remain open.

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Croatian part of the commission Davorin Rudolf (left) and Slovenia's Miha Pogacnik.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Croatian part of the commission Davorin Rudolf.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Croatian part of the commission Davorin Rudolf.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Croatian part of the commission Davorin Rudolf (left) and Slovenia's Miha Pogacnik.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Croatian part of the commission Davorin Rudolf.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Slovenian part of the commission Miha Pogacnik.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Smarjeske Toplice
The Slovenian-Croatian commission of legal experts dealing with the border dispute between the two countries addressing the press.
Head of the Slovenian part of the commission Miha Pogacnik.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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