STA Weekly Report (26.07-01.08.93)
Ljubljana, 2 August - REPORT/WEEKLY
After being in session for five days, the Slovenian Parliament went into summer recess leaving open several issues for discussion in the September session. The affair related to the discovery of arms at Maribor Airport a week ago is amongst these issues; suspicion and mutual accusations amongst individuals working for Slovenian intelligence services, particularly for UDBA, the former Yugoslav intelligence service, are wide-spread. Last week Slovenia signed a document envisaging a free-trade zone with Slovakia. A similar agreement was signed between Slovenia and the Czech Republic last May. At the end of last week Slovenia and Croatia agreed to establish joint bodies for determining their joint state border. To this end a special mixed commission will be set up within one month. After being shut down for the last two months, the Krško nuclear power station came back on line last week. Retail prices increased by less than one per cent in Slovenia in July.
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