Fmr. Croatian President to Take Joras Case to Strasbourg
Sečovlje/Koper, 17 May - After a higher court confirmed that former Croatian President Stipe Mesić has to pay Josko Joras, a Slovenian living on a disputed stretch of land on the Slovenian-Croatian border, EUR 2,000 in damages over an insult, Mesić announced he would take the case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
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