Croatian Gov't Wants to Form new Standpoints on Border, Slovenia Stands by Initialled Agreement

Zagreb/Ljubljana, 12 June - The Croatian government is to define new standpoints for the negotiations on the border with Slovenia, given the lack of support for the agreement on the border that was initialled by the Slovene and Croatian government last year, Croatia's First Deputy Prime Minister Drazen Budisa said while answering lawmaker questions in Croatia's parliament on Wednesday. In response to Budisa's statement, a Slovene Foreign Ministry spokesperson told STA that the ministry does not intend to make an official response to the statements by the Croatian deputy prime minister, as Slovenia's stance is clear and will not change, namely Slovenia is sticking to the agreement which has already been initialled.

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