Croatian PM Sanader and his Slovene counterpart Pahor agree to meet within next two or three weeks
ZAGREB, Feb 4 (Hina) - Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader has spoken on the phone with his Slovene counterpart, Borut Pahor, and they have agreed to meet within the next two or three weeks, the Croatian Government's Public Relations Office said in a statement on Wednesday.
Sanader called Pahor after the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration received a Slovene response to the diplomatic note of 23 January 2009. They talked about the current state of bilateral relations between Croatia and Slovenia.
The statement said that details and a date of the meeting would be arranged by diplomats of the two countries.