Parliamentary Parties Discuss Relations with Croatia and Integration into the EU

The coordination of the parliamentary parties has discussed at length Slovenia's relations with Croatia and the nation's integration into the EU. The meeting was held late on Thursday evening behind closed doors. Settling of the open issues in the Slovene-Croatian relations has reached a deadlock, Janez Jansa said after the meeting, adding that problems are being solved only when another conflict arises. Jansa, the leader of the opposition Socialdemocratic Party (SDS), is currently chairing over the coordination body.

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