Croatia and Slovenia to cooperate closer on energy, migration

Slovenia and Croatia agreed to sign a solidarity agreement on gas supply and enhance cooperation in response to a surge in illegal migration as the countries' prime ministers met in Slovenia on 28 March. The countries are also in favour of building a second unit at the jointly owned nuclear power plant.

"All conditions are met and the wording finalised so that we can sign a solidarity agreement on energy, above all pipelines, between our countries at the earliest opportunity," Prime Minister Robert Golob told reporters after hosting his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenković for a...

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