Slovenia and Croatia Set Deadline to Solve Open Issues

Otočec, 11 April - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek and his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan, who met on Wednesday at Otocec Castle, southern Slovenia, in a bid to discuss bilateral open issues, agreed that even more emphasis will be put on solving them by 1 June. If issues are not closed by then on a bilateral level, the two countries will decide whether to continue bilateral talks or launch international arbitration.

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