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Govt to take final decision on Croatia border arbitration suit this week

Ljubljana, 9 July - The government will take the final decision on taking Croatia to court because of its non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling already this week, outgoing PM Miro Cerar said on Monday.

Ljubljana
Outgoing PM Miro Cerar speaking to the press after a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee on the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Outgoing PM Miro Cerar (right) speaking to the press after a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee on the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Outgoing PM Miro Cerar and committee chair Matjaž Nemec of the SD coming out of a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee on the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Committee chair Matjaž Nemec of the SD speaking to the press after a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee on the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured is Andrej Rajh of the Alenka Bratušek Party (SAB).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured is outgoing Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured are SDS MPs, including party leader Janez Janša (left).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured Left MPs, Matej Tašner Vatovec and Primož Siter.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured SD leader Dejan Židan and NSi MP Jožef Horvat.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
MPs arriving at a closed-door session of the interim parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee to discuss the suit Slovenia is planning to lodge at the EU's Court of Justice over Croatia's non-implementation of the 2017 border arbitration ruling. Pictured outgoing PM Miro Cerar (right).
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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