Instead of cooperating, Slovenia and Croatia are flexing their muscles, Kučan says
Zagreb, 2 February - Former Slovenian President Milan Kučan told the Croatian newspaper Večernji List that Slovenia and Croatia had many common interests but rather than cooperating they were flexing their muscles. He said that in Slovenia, populists were arriving to the political arena with good chances of winning the election.
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