Weekly Review of Slovenia's Foreign Policy from 15 through 21 August
Ljubljana, 22 August - WEEK/REVIEW/FOREIGN/POLICY
The Slovene foreign policy scene was once again marked by troubled relations with Croatia. Yet some progress could be noticed as the governments of both nations agreed to hold a ministerial meeting in order to discuss the most burning issues, chiefly the Krsko N-plant (NEK) and the issuing of several house numbers in four villages along the Dragonja river by the Slovene Surveying and Mapping Authority, an act strongly disapproved by Zagreb, claiming the four settlements are located on the Croatian territory.
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