Slovenia and Croatia Should Deliberate upon Why New Problems Are Emerging, Says Kucan

Brdo pri Kranju, 1 June - Slovene President Milan Kucan announced Saturday his plan to discuss some topical issues with his Croatian counterpart Stipe Mesic today. Speaking to the press upon the conclusion of the Central European summit at Brdo, Kucan said that even ten years after gaining independence Slovenia and Croatia have still not resolved their open issues. He thought it was time for both countries to reflect upon this state of affairs.

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