Croatian Prime and Foreign Ministers Feel Arbitration Could Solve Border Issue
Zagreb, 20 August - If necessary, Croatia will agree to international arbitration on the Slovene-Croatian border, or to the proposal that the current state of affairs be frozen, Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan said Tuesday as he responded to yesterday's press conference of Slovene Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel. According to Croatian press agency Hina, Rupel's Croatian counterpart Tonino Picula reiterated Racan's view, saying that arbitration is an acceptable way of solving the border dispute.
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