Mejak: Settlement of Succession Issues Could Gain Fresh Impetus

Bled, 8 December - The recent democratic change in the FRY has brought the possibility for a swifter settlement of succession issues, said Miran Mejak on Friday after he was appointed Slovenia's coordinator of succession issues regarding the former Yugoslavia earlier in the day. The countries which have emerged on the territory of former Yugoslavia could first divide archives, whereas the issue of immovable property could be tackled later, Mejak told STA, and added that the gold deposited at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basle could be an exception, something that has also been suggested by the bank.

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