Delo Examines Reverberations of Slovene-Croatian Disputes
Ljubljana, 17 August - The agreement on existing administrative borders prior to 25 June 1991 is the most problematic of the Slovene-Croatian accords for Croatia, according to Saturday's Delo. The problem is that Croatia did not realised when the agreement was signed that there would be a real border between the two countries eventually. Only now is it gradually becoming aware of this, and the fact that the "softness" of the Schengen border will ultimately be determined by Slovenia.
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