Border Dispute Takes Main Stage in Brussels

resizer92Croatian Foriegn Minister Gordan Jandrokovic has met with commissioner Olli Rehn, who is holding diplomatic meetings on both sides of the Croat-Slovene border dispute.

Slovenian and Croatian foreign affairs ministers Samuel Zbogar and Gordan Jandrokovic have initiated meetings in Brussels at the European Commission headquarters to find a resolution their long-standing border dispute. Both ministers have meetings set up with the EU Enlargement Commissioner for Expansion, Olli Rehn, to resolve the dispute and further work on Croatian accession negotiations.

Following soon after, will be joint meetings, held with presidential representatives from France, the Czech Republic and Sweden. The Czech being represented by foreign affairs minister Karel Schwarzenberg, future Swedish State secretary Frank Belfrage, and the previous French State secretary for European affairs, Bruno Le Maire.

The main purpose for the extensive meeting schedule of The European Commission is to hammer out solutions concerning the necessity to solve the Slovenia – Croatia border dispute and the continuation of Croatian accession negotiations which Rehn had discussed at the previous meeting held with Jandrokovic and Zbogar, on March 25.

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