Croatian Paper Labels Slovenia's Changes to Maritime Code Legal Aggression

Zagreb, 21 December - By changing the maritime code, Slovenia after thirteen years declared to be a state with an exit to international waters and with a right to declare maritime zones. Given that the Slovenian territorial waters are according to international law and the past maritime code confined by the Croatian and Italian waters, Slovenia with this move legalised its territorial claims towards Croatia, the Croatian paper Nedjeljni vjesnik writes on Sunday.

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