Slovenia and Croatia Initial Agriculture Accord
Gornja Radgona, 26 August - Slovenia and Croatia initialled the agriculture part of the bilateral agreement on Croatia's accession to the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) on Monday in Gornja Radgona, where Croatian Agriculture Minister Bozidar Pankretic visited the international agriculture show in the company of his Slovenian counterpart Franci But. Pankretic stressed that Slovenia's and Croatia's agricultures co-operate extremely well, while the initials on the document can serve as an example how bilateral relations between the two countries should be handled.
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