Slovenia's Share in Legacy of Ex-Yugoslavia Five Years After Break-Up

Slovenia has been an independent and internationally recognized country for the fifth year now, however, its full financial independence is still strongly determined by relations with international financial institutions which concern debts and claims from the time when Slovenia was still a part of former Yugoslavia. The countries which are successors to Ex-Yugoslavia have intensified their fight for the legacy, which besides debts includes the entire property of the former common country, especially after the conclusion of the Dayton agreement and the adoption of the UN Security Council resolution on the suspension of sanctions against the Federal Yugoslav Republic (FRY). The key problem in determining shares of the countries-successors is lack of detailed data on the foreign exchange reserves and other assets of former Yugoslavia.

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