Multilateral Guarantee Agreement to Take Force Wednesday

The multilateral guarantee agreement for Slovenia will enter into force on 1 October, the council of bureaus told a meeting of signatories of the agreement that took place on September 18 and 19 in Reykjavik. The agreement will abolish green card controls on Slovene border crossings for vehicles registered in the countries that signed the agreement, including Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, France, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, the Netherlands and Slovenia, the Slovene Insurance Association reported on Tuesday.

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