Slovenia and Croatia to Upgrade Co-operation, Fight Illegal Migrations
Portorož, 6 June - Slovene Interior Minister Rado Bohinc met with his Croatian counterpart Sime Lucin in Slovenia's sea-side resort of Portoroz on Wednesday. At the regular talks, which take place twice annually, the two officials renewed the agreement that both countries will do all to avoid border incidents and they will respect the agreement on the return of persons which illegally entered either state. The ministers reiterated their readiness to work for good neighbourly relations and the lasting resolution of open bilateral issues.
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