New Croatian Policy Behind Latest Incidents at Sea, Slovene FM Says
Ljubljana, 19 August - Problems related to the recent incidents involving Slovene fishermen and Croatian police are "a result of a new Croatian policy", which Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel labelled "an intent to nullify the Drnovsek-Racan agreement and the efforts of the last ten years". Speaking to the press about Slovene-Croatian relations Monday, Rupel explained that before Slovenia gained independence and ever since, Slovene fishermen used to fish without any major problems in the disputed area, which has always been controlled by the Slovene police.
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