Former Yugoslavia's Successor States Convene for Closed-Door Talks in Brussels

Brussels, 9 April - Negotiators from all five successor states to the former Yugoslavia convened in Brussels on Monday for a fresh round of negotiations on the division of assets and liabilities of the former common state. Before heading to Brussels, the Slovene chief negotiator Miran Mejak told STA he was optimistic, hoping that an agreement would be reached on certain issues, especially on the division of the gold reserves deposited at the Basel Bank for International Settlement (BIS), as well as the division of the archives, and pensions.

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