Weekly Review of Events Involving Slovenia from 6 to 12 September
Ljubljana, 13 September - Relations between Slovenia and Croatia continued to make headlines this week, as Slovenia decided to send back its ambassador to Zagreb. However, both sides continued to be at odds over the establishment of an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), agreeing only to hold a meeting of legal experts on 16 September. Meanwhile, Slovenian Prime Minister Anton Rop announced this week that Slovenia was officially abolishing mandatory military service, thus making way to full professionalization of the armed forces. Also making news this week was the arrest of Koper Mayor Boris Popovic on corruption charges.
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