Ivo Vajgl: The Change of Croatian Constitution Hard to Understand for Slovenes in Croatia

Ljubljana, 13 December - VAJGL/SLOVENIA/CROATIA
With respect to changes in the Croatian constitution, under which only some ethnic communities living in the country are mentioned, while others, including the Slovene community, have been left out, Slovene Foreign Ministry State Secretary Ivo Vajgl said in a statement for the Slovene Press Agency that such a change was unusual and hard to understand for Slovenes living in Croatia. The fact is, said Vajgl, that in some parts of Croatia, in particular around Rijeka, the Slovene community existed as an autochthonous ethnic community.

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