Slovenia. After several weeks of negotiations, Prime
Minister Janez Drnovšek and his Croatian colleague Ivica
Racan reached an agreement that resolved most of the
disputes that remained since both republics broke out of
former Yugoslavia in 1991 that the countries jointly manage
the nuclear power plant in Krsko, which was built during the
communist era and partly financed with Croatian money.
disputed villages remained in Croatian control. To enter
into force, the settlement must be approved by the
parliaments of both countries.