Presidents of the governments of Croatia, BiH and Slovenia met in Zagreb
Ljubljana, 20 July - Today, presidents of the governments of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Slovenia met in Zagreb. They discussed possibilities for the operation of those federal institutions and bodies which are most necessary, and of the possibility of renewed economic cooperation. All three presidents showed interest for cooperation. Peterle stated after the meeting that certain differences do exist, but which should not be a barrier for inter-republican cooperation in the future. Jure Pelivan, president of the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who was the initiator of the meeting, will also try to organize a meeting with the presidents of the governments of all the republics in Yugoslavia.