Temporary Slovenia-Croatia Fisheries Regime May Be Extended
Ljubljana, 22 December - The temporary three-month regime on commercial fishing in the Piran Bay, around the border between Slovenia and Croatia, expires on Monday. The deal was reached by the then Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek and his Croatian counterpart Ivica Racan to ease bilateral tensions following fishing incidents in disputed waters in the bay. Judging by statements from both sides, Slovenia and Croatia are pleased with the results, and are likely to extent the regime by three more months, possibly this week.
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