Slovenian Press Examines Results of Racan-Drnovsek Meeting
Ljubljana/Maribor, 11 September - The three leading Slovenian dailies examine the results of Tuesday's meeting between Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek and his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan, which sought to put a stop to the recent incidents on the disputed border strip between the two countries. The papers say on Wednesday that what was agreed yesterday would usually be tackled by the respective commissions for the implementation of the border transport and co-operation agreement. Meanwhile, the press points out that the two PMs failed to examine ways to find a solution to the border line.
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