Slovene and Croatian Prime Ministers Join Efforts to Prevent Further Incidents
Ljubljana, 14 August - In a bid to prevent the recurring incidents in the Piran Bay, Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek on Wednesday held a phone conversation with his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan, according to Drnovsek's office, which said that the two prime ministers assessed that the incidents do not benefit either country, which is why both sides will try to avoid them to enable a continuation of the dialogue on unresolved bilateral issues.
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