Croatia, Slovenia to speed up resolution on open issues.

By bne IntelliNews July 29, 2010
Croatia's foreign minister, Gordan Jandrokovic, and his Slovene counterpart, Samuel Zbogar, met to speed up the resolution of open issues, particularly the 19-year-old dispute over Croatians' savings in Ljubljanska Banka. Croatia considered that the problem was bilateral, while Slovenia believed that it could be solved with the help of the Basel Bank for International Settlements (BIS). Croatians had about EUR 160mn in savings, deposited in Ljubljanska Banka, while companies had debts of about EUR 420-480mn to the bank before the split of former Yugoslavia.

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