There are no Territorial Disputes Between Croatia and Slovenia, Says Croatian President

Zagreb, 23 July - Croatia and Slovenia have no territorial disputes whatsoever, said Croatian President
Stipe Mesic during his Sunday's visit to Trdinov vrh, a hill on the Slovene-Croatian border. According to a Croatian Radio report, Mesic said the the two countries in fact only have minor problems which are technical in nature, which will be settled by the commissions in charge of border issues. Mesic attended religious festivities on Trdinov vrh, called Sveta Gera in Croatian.

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