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Croatia Might Back Off from Border Accord with Slovenia, Says Croatian FM

Koper, 17 May - That Croatia might back away from an accord setting down the Slovene-Croatian border which has already been initialled, was said by Croatian Foreign Minister Tonino Picula on Friday. Picula, speaking for a Slovene TV station and quoted by Radio Slovenija, announced this possibility publically for the first time, and added that "all options remain open" in regard to the initialled agreement, including arbitration.

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