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Maritime Border, Access to High Seas Main Issue in Border Arbitration

Ljubljana, 13 June - The maritime border in the Piran Bay and Slovenia's access to the high seas has been the principal issue in the border dispute between Slovenia and Croatia - and the main reason why the two countries, unable to come to an agreement, have sought assistance from an arbitration tribunal.

Ljubljana
Key disputed areas on the border between Slovenia and Croatia
Author: Geodetic Institute of Slovenia/STA

Ljubljana
Key disputed areas on the border between Slovenia and Croatia, pictured is the Bay of Piran and the border river Dragonja.
Author: Geodetic Institute of Slovenia/STA

Ljubljana
Key disputed areas on the border between Slovenia and Croatia along the river Mura in the north-east.
Author: Geodetic Institute of Slovenia/STA

Ljubljana.
Key disputed areas on the border between Slovenia and Croatia - Trdinov Hill, and settlements Drage - Sekuliči and Brezovica.
Author: Geodetic Institute of Slovenia/STA

Ljubljana.
Key disputed areas on the border between Slovenia and Croatia - Tomšič's parcels on Mt Snežnik.
Author: Geodetic Institute of Slovenia/STA

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