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ponedeljek, 14 junija, 2021

Pahor convinced arbitration decision will be implemented

President Borut Pahor, who signed the border arbitration agreement exactly nine years ago as prime minister with his Croatian counterpart Jadranka Kosor, expressed the belief at the anniversary that the border arbitration decision, announced in June 2017, will be implemented sooner or later despite Croatia’s rejection.

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