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Ključna beseda: arbitration (15)

News in English Commissioner Bulc: We’ve never received the arbitration documents

Slovenian Commissioner Violeta Bulc confirmed the statements made by the German magazine Spiegel, that the European Commissioners never discussed the legal services in connection to the arbitration ...

News in English Erjavec: Our lawsuit against Croatia is ready; we can file it at any time

After a meeting with the newly-elected parliamentary parties on Wednesday, the government has decided to wait a while with its lawsuit against Croatia over that country’s refusal to honor the ...

News Commission has no opinion on border lawsuit

The European Commission will not issue an opinion on Slovenia's border dispute with Croatia.

News in English Balažic files a criminal complaint against Pahor over the Arbitration Agreement

Milan Balažic, the head of the newly founded New Social Democrats party, has filed a criminal complaint against President Borut Pahor.

News in English European Commission invites Slovenia and Croatia for a hearing on the arbitration

Last week the European Commission informed Slovenia and Croatia that it will prepare a hearing on the 2nd of May in connection with the Slovenian letter about its intent to file a lawsuit against ...

News in English Arbitration leaves part of Sečovlje Nature Park in Croatia

The 750-hectare (1850-acre) Sečovlje Nature Park will shrink after the government issues a new decree changing the course of the border, said Klavdij Godnič, the head of the Sečovlje Salt Pans.

News in English Slovenian fisherman issued with a 12,000 euro fine for fishing near the median line in the Piran Bay

Slovenian fishermen have received the first fines issued by Croatia for crossing the median line in the Piran Bay. Fisherman Silvano Radin received six citations, each with a 15,000 kuna fine.

News Slovenia starts issuing fines to Croatian fishermen

The Slovenian police has sent out the first 14 notices to Croatian fishermen for illegally crossing the sea border between the two countries.

News Foreign Minister rejects demands for higher pay for soldiers at Trdinov vrh

Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec has rejected demands of the Defence Trade Union for higher pay for soldiers stationed at the Slovenian military installation at Trdinov vrh. Trdinov

News in English Foreign Ministry says that Slovenia has never caused any incidents on the border

Slovenia on Friday again called upon Croatia to implement the arbitration ruling on the border between Slovenia and Croatia.