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Slovenia and Croatia Discuss New Waste Repositories for Joint N-Plant

Krško, 20 July - Slovenia presented to Croatia at Monday's meeting of a joint commission for the mutually-owned nuclear power station NEK in Krško plans for additional radioactive waste repositories which the Croatian side is expected to examine and respond to within six months.

Krško
Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič and Croatian Economy Minister Ivan Vrdoljak address the press after a meeting of the joint commission for the mutually-owned nuclear power station NEK in Krško.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Krško
Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič and Croatian Economy Minister Ivan Vrdoljak address the press after a meeting of the joint commission for the mutually-owned nuclear power station NEK in Krško.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Krško
Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič and Croatian Economy Minister Ivan Vrdoljak address the press after a meeting of the joint commission for the mutually-owned nuclear power station NEK in Krško.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Krško
Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič and Croatian Economy Minister Ivan Vrdoljak address the press after a meeting of the joint commission for the mutually-owned nuclear power station NEK in Krško.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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