Slovenian and Croatian PMs to Address Border Issue on Tuesday
Zagreb, 9 September - Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek is set to travel to Zagreb Tuesday to meet with his counterpart Ivica Racan against a backdrop of mounting tension and incidents along the border, which prompted Drnovsek to suggest recently that bilateral relations are at their lowest point ever. It has also been suggested that Drnovsek could meet with Croatian President Stipe Mesic and Parliament Speaker Zlatko Tomcic.
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