Croatian PM Expects No Blockade over Bank Dispute

Brussels, 11 June - Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor responded in Brussels on Friday to suggestions that Slovenia may veto a segment of Croatia's EU membership talks due to a dispute on the liabilities of a defunct Slovenian bank in Croatia. Kosor said she trusted Prime Minister Borut Pahor, who is said to have pledged that there would be no more blockades.

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