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torek, 20 aprila, 2021

Slovenian fishermen face mounting fines as court battle looms

Croatian authorities continue to issue fines to Slovenian fishermen who are catching fish in waters that Slovenia considers its territory under a border arbitration agreement that Croatia refuses to accept.

A total of 184 procedures have so far been recorded, and they are slowly making their way through Croatian courts.

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