Croatia-Slovenia: Parliament Has to Approve of Change in Stance on Border, Says Drnovsek
Ljubljana, 4 September - Slovenia will assess the current situation in relations with Croatia, however, the government's stance currently only envisages bilateral negotiations and the initialled agreement on the border, Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek told the press Wednesday. The government and the parliament would have to approve of any change to Slovenia's stance on the issue, he said at a press conference that came in response to a letter he received today from his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan.
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