Delo takes issue with Croatia's economy belt

by english.sta.si

The daily Delo takes issue in Wednesday's commentary with Croatia's recent announcement about beginning negotiations with EU member states and the European Commission on protecting the country's interests in the Adriatic, including the declaration of a Croatian economy belt.


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