Succession Agreement Protects Slovenia's Interests, High Representative Tells Vecer
Maribor, 16 July - The succession agreement to the former Yugoslavia, which was ratified by Slovenia last Friday, wholly protects the Slovene national interests and can be assessed as being balanced, Slovenia's high representative for succession issues Rudi Gabrovec told Tuesday's edition of Vecer. Gabrovec reminded, however, that more than a decade after the break-up of Yugoslavia there is still the open issue of the division of guarantees for foreign exchange savings deposits from the time of former Yugoslavia.
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