Succession Talks: Progress Made, but no Final Agreement Reached
Ljubljana, 23 February - The teams negotiating on succession issues regarding the former Yugoslavia have reached no final agreement at the three-day talks in Ljubljana, but some progress has been made in relation to some specific issues. It has been agreed that one single date of the break-up of the former federation should be set, the international mediator of the talks, Sir Arthur Watts, told a news conference on Friday. An agreement has nearly been reached on the division of archives, and the same could be said for the division of the assets deposited at the Bank for International Settlements as well as for the beginning of the division of former Yugoslav embassies and consulates.
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