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Contentious Border Documents Broached As Croatia MPs Pay Visit

Ljubljana, 20 January - The foreign policy committees of Slovenian and Croatian parliaments met in Ljubljana on Thursday in their first meeting in a decade. While they assessed the countries' relations as excellent, the two delegations were unable to avoid the controversial Croatian fishing regulations, which prompted Slovenia to lodge a protest note.

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Chair of the Slovenian parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee Janja Klasinc (right) and her Croatian counterpart Fran Matusic at a press conference.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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