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Croatia to Catch Up with Slovenia in Payments to NEK Fund in 2011

Krško, 19 May - Croatian Economy Ministry State Secretary Natasa Vujec announced on Wednesday that Croatia would by March 2011 catch up with Slovenia in terms of financial contributions to a decommissioning fund for the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK), which is jointly owned by the two countries. Slovenia has so far contributed EUR 145m.

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec (left) and Slovenian Economy Ministry State Secretary Darja Radic after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec (left) and Slovenian Economy Ministry State Secretary Darja Radic after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec (left) and Slovenian Economy Ministry State Secretary Darja Radic after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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Economy Ministry State Secretary Darja Radic after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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State Secretary at the Croatian Ministry of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship Natasa Vujec (left) and Slovenian Economy Ministry State Secretary Darja Radic after a session of the Slovenian-Croatian commission overseeing the implementation of the accord on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK).
Photo: Rasto Bozič/STA

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