Border Co-operation Accord Fails to Prevent Sea Incidents, a Panel Agrees
Ljubljana, 21 August - Croatia and Slovenia are bound by international law to peacefully solve disputes, so they should avoid anything that might escalate the tension in the bilateral relations, professor of international law Davorin Rudolf said at a panel on Slovene-Croatian border issues hosted by TV Slovenija on Tuesday. The debate was also attended by chairs of the mixed commission in charge of implementing the border co-operation agreement, Benjamin Lukman of Slovenia and Olga Kresovic Rogulja of Croatia.
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