SEPTEMBER 8 2009 12:48h
After Gdansk meeting with Pahor, Croatian Prime Minister says that 95 percent of Slovenian dispute has been solved.
After Gdansk meeting with Pahor, Reinfeldt and Merkel, Croatian Prime Minister says that 95 percent of Slovenian dispute has been solved.
Croatia's prime minister announced long-awaited news. She says that the final solution of the border dispute with Slovenia is close to being settled and that 95 percent of the problem has been solved.
Jadranka Kosor met Slovenian Prime Minister Pahor, the Swedish Reinfeldt and German Chancellor Merkel during meeting at Gdansk. After the meeting, Croatian Prime Minister said that Croatia and Slovenia have the full support of Swedish presidency to continue their negotiations, Jutarnji List reports.
‘Quiet diplomacy’ continues
However, this is the only information we have since the Croatian Prime Minister plans to follow the Trakoscan agreement, according to which the public can be notified of meeting details only in case of mutual agreement. Pahor and Kosor will resume their ‘quiet’ diplomacy talks.
Given that this is the second meeting of the two prime ministers in one month, it is more than likely that both sides are working very hard in trying to find a solution. Meetings are used to negotiate Croatia’s upcoming EU negotiations as well.