Slovenian-Croatian Relations Still Echo in the Public
Ljubljana/Zagreb, 5 September - The strained Slovenian-Croatian relations continued to echo in the public, although no major developments were noted on Thursday. Among those adding their views to the debates were Slovenia's Pan-European Union and the commission for justice and peace at the Slovene Bishops' Conference. Meanwhile, Slovenian citizen Josko Joras has served half of his 30-day prison term for not paying Croatian fines handed out for civil disturbance.
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