Croatian PM Racan Expects Breakthrough at Saturday's Meeting with Slovene Counterpart
Zagreb, 4 June - Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan expects a breakthrough to be made at his next meeting with Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek which is scheduled for Saturday, 9 June, meaning that at least one of all three Slovene-Croatian open issues would be resolved. Speaking to the press at a regular news conference in Zagreb on Monday, Racan refused to say whether the breakthrough is expected in relation to the jointly-owned nuclear power plant, the debt of Ljubljanska banka or the Piran Bay.
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