Slovenia and Croatia to Discuss Oil Transport on Monday
Ljubljana, 24 February - Croatia will attend Monday's meeting of the Slovene-Croatian expert group to study the Croatian regulation on road transport of dangerous substances, the Slovene Foreign Ministry said on Sunday. According to the Slovene Economics Ministry, the damages to the Slovene economy caused by the regulations exceed EUR ten million, as only the two largest Slovene oil companies, Petrol and OMV Istrabenz, reported a total of SIT three billion (EUR 13.4 million) of losses so far.
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