Slovene and Croatian Prime Ministers to Discuss Open Issues on Wednesday

Ljubljana, 10 April - Slovene and Croatian Prime Ministers, Janez Drnovsek and Ivica Racan, are scheduled to hold a working meeting on Wednesday at the Otocec castle, southeastern Slovenia, in an attempt to assess which open issues between the two countries can be solved and which of them require further efforts. Foreign Ministers of Slovenia and Croatia, Dimitrij Rupel and Tonino Picula, are also to meet at the occassion, and so are chief negotiators from both countries that are in charge of dealing with open issues of the undetermined state border, the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant and the debt of the former subsidiary of the Slovene bank Ljubljanska banka to Croatian foreign account holders.

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