Foreign Affairs Committee Discusses Open Issues With Croatia

Ljubljana, 14 December - The parliamentary committee for foreign affairs held a closed-door meeting on Wednesday to discuss Slovene-Croatian relations. The chairman of the committee, Jelko Kacin (LDS) labelled the three hour discussions which resulted in the taking of several decisions, as fruitful. The committee thus called on the government to set up an office which would be in charge of the state border, while it also expressed an expectation that both Slovenia and Croatia would continue to act in the spirit of good neighbourly relations and thus not make statements which could hinder the search for the resolution of open issues.

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