PM Says No Disharmony Between Slovenia and EU Positions on Croatia
Ljubljana, 21 March - Prime Minister Janez Jansa rejected allegations that Slovenia's support for a start of Croatia's EU accession talks last week had been in disharmony with EU positions. Jansa, who took questions from the parliament's floor on Monday, also rejected suggestions that Slovenia doubted in the work of the Hague war crimes tribunal.
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