Slovenia Expects the EU to Help in Solving the Succession Issue
Ljubljana, 1 February - Slovenia expects that the European Union will provide the successor states to former Yugoslavia with assistance in establishing the balance on the accounts of the former Yugoslav central bank, which deposited money and gold with banks in the EU and elsewhere. Such assistance by the EU would contribute in speeding up the succession negotiations and thus the settlement of the debt of the former Zagreb subsidiary of the Ljubljanska Banka bank, the head of Slovenia's team for succession negotiations, Miran Mejak, told the STA on Thursday in response to Wednesday's statement by the spokesman for European Commission for Enlargement Guenter Verheugen.
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