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Four arbitration implementation bills to be fast-tracked through parliament

Ljubljana, 24 October - The four bills required for the implementation of the Slovenian-Croatian border arbitration award, adopted by the government last week, have been sent to parliament. The government, which has asked the National Assembly to fast-track the bills, expects them to be passed in November.

Ljubljana
The course of the Slovenian-Croatian border in the Bay of Piran based on the ruling of the international border arbitration tribunal.
Photo: Slovenian government

Ljubljana
The course of the Slovenian-Croatian border in the area of Sečovlje and the river Dragonja in the south-west of the country based on the ruling of the international border arbitration tribunal.
Photo: Slovenian government

Ljubljana
The course of the Slovenian-Croatian border in the area of Razkrižje and Hotiza in the north-east of the country based on the ruling of the international border arbitration tribunal.
Photo: Slovenian government

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