Croatia to address BIS about Ljubljanska Banka dispute.

By bne IntelliNews October 15, 2010
The government decided to address the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel about the issue with the foreign currency savings of Croatian depositors in Ljubljanska Banka, news agency HINA informed. The negotiations will be in line with Annex C of the Agreement on Succession to former Yugoslavia. PM Jadranka Kosor explained that deputy PM and finance minister Ivan Suker has been authorised to negotiate on the issue, by adding that the government position has been agreed on with central bank governor Zeljko Rohatinski. She said that Slovenia will support closing of remaining policy chapter of Croatia in its road to the EU accession.

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