Weekly Review of Developments in Slovene Economy from 30 June and 6 July

Head of the Slovene negotiating group Miran Mejak and international community negotiator Arthur Watts conducted Wednesday in Brussels the third round of talks on legal succession to the former Yugoslavia. In succession Slovenia took the standpoint that opinions, which the Badinter Commission established after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia, be transformed into views obligatory for all five successor states, including Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) and Macedonia, Mejak told after all-day talks. With regard to claims by FRY that some of the Badinter Commission principles be given up, Mejak said "the price Belgrade demands is totally unacceptable for Slovenia."

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