Slovenian Gov't Backs Temporary Fishing Regime
Ljubljana, 19 September - The Slovenian government approved Thursday the code of conduct for Slovenian and Croatian fishermen, as well as the rules for the joint control over fishing in the waters on and around the disputed Slovenian-Croatian border in the Piran Bay. The Croatian government had earlier on Thursday also given the green light for the implementation of the temporary agreement aimed foremost at easing tensions between the two countries in the bay.
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