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Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia to Set Up Joint Railway Company

Dobrovo, 3 September - Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Serbian President Boris Tadic, who is paying a private visit to Slovenia, told the press on Friday that they would like to see the two countries and Croatia set up a joint railway company to boost the competitiveness of the 10th transport corridor connecting the markets between Germany and Turkey.

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Serbian President Boris Tadic (left) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) ahead of a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

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Serbian President Boris Tadic (left) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) speak to the press after a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

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Serbian President Boris Tadic (left) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) speak to the press after a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

Dobrovo
Serbian President Boris Tadic (left) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right) speak to the press after a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

Dobrovo
Serbian President Boris Tadic (right) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) ahead of a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

Dobrovo
Serbian President Boris Tadic (right) meeting Prime Minister Borut Pahor (left) ahead of a debate on Serbia's resolution on Kosovo at the UN General Assembly.
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA.

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