Slovenia and Croatia Solve Major Open Issues Ten Years After Gaining Independence

Ljubljana, 20 July - Three out of four major open issues between Slovenia and Croatia that have been a consequence of the disintegration of former Yugoslavia have been solved after the Slovene parliament on Thursday ratified the agreement on border traffic and co-operation and after Slovene and Croatian governments passed draft agreements on the course of border between the two states and on Krsko Nuclear Power Plant.

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