Joras Found Guilty of Customs Offence

Koper, 6 December - Josko Joras, the Slovene citizen who was arrested by Croatian police earlier in the day and taken to the city of Pula, was fined around SIT 280,000 (1333 euros) by the Croatian commission for customs offences for committing a customs offence in October when he transported a dish washer across the Slovene-Croatian border crossing at Dragonja without paying customs duty. Moreover, Joras will have to pay the outstanding customs duty and a sales tax, his attorney, Danijel Starman, told STA.

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