Talks about Succession to former Yugoslavia to Continue in November
Brussels, 15 October - The first two-day meeting of all the five successor states to the former Yugoslavia, namely Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), with international mediator Sir Arthur Watts concluded in Brussels Tuesday. In his statement for the press, Sir Arthur said the talks were "constructive" and announced they would be carried on within three or four weeks, but the exact date has not yet been set. Head of Slovene delegation Miran Mejak said the delegations of BiH, Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia, which hold similar standpoints on the question of the succession to the former Yugoslav federation, are to meet in Zagreb, Croatia, (probably in the first half of November) before the second plenary meeting of all the successor states.
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