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Slovenian, Croatian Financial Experts Propose Sending Letter to BIS

Bled, 4 October - Slovenia's former central bank governor France Arhar and Croatia's former central bank vice governor Zdravko Rogić, tasked with resolving the issue of Croatian savings deposits with the defunct LB bank, agreed on Thursday that the two countries ask the Bank for International Settlements in Basel (BIS) for help in resolving the issue.

Bled
Slovenia's France Arhar (right) and Croatia's Zdravko Rogić, the experts appointed to tackle the issue of Croatian savers in the defunct LB bank, meet for the third time.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Bled
Slovenia's France Arhar (right) and Croatia's Zdravko Rogić, the experts appointed to tackle the issue of Croatian savers in the defunct LB bank, meet for the third time.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Bled
Slovenia's France Arhar (right) and Croatia's Zdravko Rogić, the experts appointed to tackle the issue of Croatian savers in the defunct LB bank, meet for the third time.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Bled
Slovenia's France Arhar (left) and Croatia's Zdravko Rogić, the experts appointed to tackle the issue of Croatian savers in the defunct LB bank, meet for the third time.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Bled
Slovenia's France Arhar (left) and Croatia's Zdravko Rogić, the experts appointed to tackle the issue of Croatian savers in the defunct LB bank, meet for the third time.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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