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Slovenia, Croatia fail to agree on nuclear waste storage facility

Bled, 30 September - Slovenia and Croatia failed to agree to build a common repository for nuclear waste from their jointly-owned N-plant, as the inter-governmental commission in charge of overseeing the Slovenia-Croatia agreement on the Krško Nuclear Power Plant (NEK) met for a session in Slovenia's Bled on Monday.

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Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek (right) and Croatian Minister for the Environment and Energy Tomislav Ćorić (left) speaking to the press after the session of the inter-governmental commission overseeing the implementation of the agreement on the jointly-owned nuclear power station in Slovenia's Krško (NEK).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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A group of Bosnian activists protest against Croatia's plans to build a nuclear waste repository on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Bled
A group of Bosnian activists protest against Croatia's plans to build a nuclear waste repository on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Bled
Slovenian Infrastructure Minister Alenka Bratušek (right) and Croatian Minister for the Environment and Energy Tomislav Ćorić (left) speaking to the press after the session of the inter-governmental commission overseeing the implementation of the agreement on the jointly-owned nuclear power station in Slovenia's Krško (NEK).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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