Prime Minister Drnovsek Insists on Initialed Agreement on Slovene-Croatian Border

Ljubljana, 17 June - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Friday rejected claims voiced in Croatia that the agreement on the Slovene-Croatian border was not confirmed by both governments, but only initialed at the proposal of both state commissions for borders. Saying that the Croatian border had nothing to do with the border agreement is ridiculous, he said in a radio interview, stressing that the accord was confirmed by both governments, which certainly bears some weight.

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