Delo: When We Are Customs Officers on the River Kolpa

Ljubljana, 5 March - Slovenes will have to pay for the establishment of the Schengen border with Croatia themselves. Friday's visit of the Italian and German interior ministers to Slovenia led to believe that both ministers are well aware of what a transposed Schengen wall means for economic and other relations between neighbours (Slovenia and Croatia) who have a border that is arranged in a relatively brotherly and Balkans-like way and which is not even technically determined yet, the daily Delo writes on Monday.

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