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Three New Local Border Crossings Allocated by the Gov't

Ljubljana, 12 June - The Slovenian government has allocated three new local border crossings with Croatia, set to be opened on Monday. As the government public relations and media office said after the government session, the new local crossings will be Krasinec-Pravutina, Sredisce ob Dravi-Preseka and Zunici-Prilisce. The crossings are being opened in line with the bilateral border co-operation agreement (SOPS) and the decisions of the joint commission in charge of overseeing the implementation of SOPS.

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