25th Anniversary of the Osimo Agreements
Ljubljana, 9 November - Friday, 10 November, will mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Osimo Agreements by which Italy and the then Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) regulated international recognition of the state border and agreed to strengthen co-operation in economy and other fields. Moreover, the two states advocated the protection of ethnic minorities. The agreements, which came into force in April 1977, were taken over by Slovenia with the exchange of notes in July 1992. Although the signing took place 25 years ago, some of its stipulations have not yet been implemented, while some have been dropped.
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