Croatian Parliamentary Committee Refuses Draft Border Agreement with Slovenia

Zagreb, 18 July - After a three-hour session, the Croatian parliamentary committee for foreign affairs on Wednesday refused a draft agreement on the border between Slovenia and Croatia. Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan, who presented the agreement to the committee, said after the session that the Croatian government would not initial the agreement at its Thursday's session, as it does not have the necessary two-thirds majority in parliament at the moment.

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