Josko Joras Meets Slovene Diplomatic Representative
Koper/Ljubljana, 6 December - The Croatian police on Wednesday morning at 7.45 A.M. stopped the Slovene Josko Joras and took him to the Croatian Customs Administration in Pula, said Joras's attorney Danijel Starman. Joras was taken to interrogation to Pula for allegedly having failed to pay customs duty. The Slovene citizen is now awaiting an interrogation before the commission for customs offences in the presence of a Slovene diplomatic representative, said Starman, adding that his client met with the Slovene diplomatic representative at 2 P.M. and informed him about the incident.
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