Gov't Agrees with Deblocking of Yugoslav Assets in U.S.
Ljubljana, 10 April - The Slovenian government has decided to accept the proposal of the U.S. to unblock deposits of the former Yugoslav National Bank at various banks in the U.S. Some US$ 225 million of assets have been frozen by the U.S. administration as part of international sanctions against the now renamed Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
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