Slovene Parliament Speaker Dismisses Bosnian Criticism Accompanying the Trade Dispute
Sarajevo, 29 April - The recent trade disagreement between Slovenia and Bosnia was high on the agenda on Monday as Speaker of the Slovene National Assembly Borut Pahor met on the first day of his two-day visit with Speaker of the House of Representatives Mariofil Ljubic and the Speaker of the House of Nations Nikola Spirica. Addressing the issue, Pahor stressed that the Slovene side has respected the Slovene-Bosnian free trade agreement, which took effect on 1 January this year, therefore any suggestions that Slovenia is not sticking to the accord cannot be justified, he told STA.
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