Former Yugoslav Rulers not Entitled to Property in Slovenia, Says Justice Ministry
Ljubljana, 27 May - The Slovene Justice Ministry is not yet familiar with the contents of the suit filed by former Yugoslav Prince Alexander Pavlov Karadjordjevic at the European Human Rights Court. The prince claimed restitution of estates of Brdo Castle, nationalised after WWII and currently used for stately purposes by Slovenia. However, the ministry pointed out that according to the denationalisation act, the Karadjordjevics are not entitled to restitution or compensation of confiscated property.
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