A decade after they became independent, Slovenia and Croatia come close to settling their border disputes. 23 July 2001 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia and PRAGUE, Czech Republic–After almost ten years of fruitless negotiations, the Slovenian and Croatian governments on 19 July reached a draft agreement on the states’ borders. Another draft agreement was reached on the mutually […]

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