Italian Experts Propose Annulment of Esuli Deals with Slovenia
Rome, 23 October - The agreements dealing with optanti or esuli - the citizens that left the former Yugoslavia after WWII - that Italy and the former Yugoslavia have concluded, are no longer valid, as the circumstances in which they were drafted have changed, concludes a study of a commission of experts set up by the Trieste province and municipality. From being in the public domain in Yugoslavia, the property became private in Slovenia and Croatia, so it should be returned in kin, the experts said Wednesday.
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