PM Refuses to Comment Incidents at Sea, Interior Minister Writes to Croatian Counterpart
Ljubljana/Salzburg, 9 August - Refusing to comment on the latest incidents involving Slovene fishermen at the Slovene-Croatian maritime border, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Friday invited his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan for an informal meeting as he made a statement for the media at the international forum on globalisation in Austria's Salzburg. Meanwhile, Slovene Interior Minister Rado Bohinc addressed a letter to his Croatian counterpart Sime Lucin, urging him to do everything in his power to implement the mutual agreement to avoid incidents at sea.
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