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The governments of Serbia and Slovenia will hold a joint session in Slovenia on Thursday, the Serbian government announced on Monday.
The two cabinets will discuss joint projects, possibilities for investments, the situation in the region and continuation of the dialogue on division of the property of the former Yugoslavia.
Unofficial information suggests European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker would invite the Slovenian and Croatian prime ministers to a meeting in the coming weeks.
Juncker is said to plan to take on a more active role, yet Ljubljana and Zagreb are still expected to find a solution themselves.
Serbia and Montenegro have currently "progressed the farthest" toward that goal - but that does not mean that the two countries will definitely be the first to "cross the finish line," Hahn told Austria's APA agency.
"There is still much to do," he said.
Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Marija Pejcinovic-Buric says the border line with Slovenia was established in 1991.
She was speaking in the context of the international arbitration ruling in the maritime border dispute with Slovenia that Croatia rejects, and Slovenia intends to implement.