Slovenia Warns of New Veto in Croatia's EU Talks over Bank Dispute

Ljubljana, 10 June - The chief spokesperson for the Slovenian Foreign Ministry, Milan Balazic, has said that the dispute with Croatia over a defunct Slovenian bank in Croatia could result in Slovenia vetoing the closure of a key chapter in its EU membership talks.

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