Slovenian Beef Salami Burnt at Croatian-Serbian Border
Ljubljana, 13 December - Some 400 kilos of beef salami coming from Slovenia were seized and burnt at the Batrovci border crossing between Croatia and Yugoslavia, due to the ban on Slovenian beef imposed by Yugoslavia after the BSE case was discovered in Slovenia a year ago, Radio Slovenia reported on Friday citing the Yugoslav inspectorate.
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