Slovenia and Croatia Make Headway in Talks on Oil Transport Dispute
Brussels, 14 May - The Slovene-Croatian talks on Croatia's disputed regulations on the road transport of dangerous substances have led to some progress, Olga Marinko, State Undersecretary at the Slovene Economics Ministry, assessed on Tuesday in Brussels. Marinko revealed that the Croatian side said it may open an additional corridor (Rijeka-Rupa-Jelsane) for the transport of crude oil from the Croatian port of Rijeka. The dispute was examined by the working group on trade at the Secretariat of the International Energy Charter Treaty, however, delegations from both countries also held three meetings on the sidelines.
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