Five Most Contentious Territories in Slovenia-Croatia Border Dispute
Ljubljana, 16 May - In the 1990s, Slovenian and Croatian land surveyors defined five most disputed border areas: the border at sea, where the line has never been drawn, territories south of the river Dragonja (SW) and around the Mura river (NE), territories east of Mount Sneznik (SW) and the cadastral municipality of Sekulici pod Gorjanci (SE).
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