"Pacta Sunt Servanda", Says Italian Government
Rome, 21 November - Agreements signed by Italy and the former Yugoslavia are indisputable and should be respected, the Italian government was reported as saying by Wednesday's issue of the Trieste-based paper Primorski dnevnik. This stance - announced by the government on Tuesday - refers to the debates that emerged following Monday's meeting of "optanti" representatives from Istria, Rijeka and Dalmatia with Italy's officials.
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