Slovenia is set to unblock Croatia’s EU accession talks, while Zagreb is set to withdraw the disputed documents that prejudice the border between the two states.
The major breakthrough in the negotiations emerged Friday at a meeting of Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor and Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor in Ljubljana.
“The two countries are winners following the .. and successful dialogue,” Pohor said after the meeting.
Slovenian media said Kosor has already written a letter to the Swedish EU presidency, noting that no document issued after 25 June 1991 has legal grounds.
The talks that aim to define sea border between the two countries pn the northern Adriatic, which actually hampered Croatia’s EU entry bid, will continue under European Commission’s mediation, Croatian media said.