At Least One Open Issue Could Be Solved with Croatia, Says Drnovsek

Ljubljana, 31 May - Intense talks have been underway since the beginning of the year on the open issues with Croatia and certain progress has been made, particularly regarding the border issue and Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK), Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek said in an interview for a local radio station on Thursday afternoon. The issue of debt by the former Ljubljanska banka to Croatian account holders, on the other hand, will be solved by arbitration as was decided in a framework agreement on the succession to former Yugoslavia in Vienna, said Drnovsek.

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