PM Drnovsek and Croatian Counterpart to Discuss Open Issues Next Saturday
Zagreb, 2 June - The prime ministers of Slovenia and Croatia, Janez Drnovsek and Ivica Racan, are scheduled to meet in Croatia next Saturday, Racan told Zagreb's Radio 101 on Saturday. The place of the meeting is not yet known. The meeting was due to take place on 1 June, but was then postponed for a week. According to Racan this was done in order for the two countries to make some progress in the resolution of open bilateral issues.
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