Slovene-Croatian Relations Are Strained by Daily Politics, Croatian FM Believes
Ljubljana, 23 July - Foreign policy in Slovenia and Croatia is under a lot of pressure from daily politics, Croatian Foreign Minister Tonino Picula told Tuesday's edition of the Slovene daily Delo ahead of today's meeting with his Slovene counterpart Dimitrij Rupel. Picula explained he would once again outline to Rupel a proposal for a regional partnership, and expects that the Slovene side would explain in greater detail Rupel's idea of a Benelux-modelled strategic alliance of Slovenia and Croatia.
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