LDS for Rapid Negotiations with Croatia

Ljubljana, 6 October - In the new law on local self-government in Slovenia, the Slovene Parliament included villages on the very border between Slovenia and Croatia into the municipality of Piran. Doing this, the parliament confirmed and publicly supported the policy of Slovene negotiators, who have already proposed the Croatian side to accept the cadastral criteria as a basic principle for the definition of state borders between Slovenia and Croatia. With this decision, the Slovene parliament showed interest in the unity of the Slovene Littoral, and in a just solution regarding the border between the Slovene and the Croatian Istria. The Liberal Democratic Party of Slovenia (LDS) believes that negotiations with Croatia should rapidly continue, while at the same time it renounces extreme positions and provocations, the LDS parliamentary club announced in a press release on Thursday.

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