Slovenia and Croatia Should Rethink the Way Problems are Solved, Kucan Says

Brdo pri Kranju, 1 June - It is not good how Slovenia and Croatia have been saying for the past decade that bilateral issues can be solved, but failed to solve them, Slovene and Croatian presidents, Milan Kucan and Stipe Mesic, said Saturday after holding a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Central European summit. "This is not a good certificate for the two countries' credibility," Kucan said, and added that both countries will have to seriously reconsider what this means.

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