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High reps for Yugoslavia succession meeting in Zagreb

Zagreb, 13 November - High representatives for succession to former Yugoslavia are meeting on Wednesday in Croatia for the first time in four years to review the implementation of the 2001 succession agreement and propose a set of recommendations to their governments. Slovenia will urge regular dialogue and an intensive approach to its implementation.

Slovenia's new high representatives for succession to the former Yugoslavia, Mateja Vraničar Erman, a former finance minister.
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The countries which are successors to the former Yugoslavia will meet today in Croatia's Zagreb to discuss the implementation of the 2001 succession agreement.
Pictured is a detail from a 2013 exhibition on controversial Yugoslav leader Josip Broz - Tito (1892-1980) in Ljubljana.
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