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CaptionOn 25 May 2011 Croatia and Slovenia submitted their arbitration agreement to the UN a necessary step before the arbitration process could begin. The treaty specifies that the arbitration process will happen after UN registration and Croatia's signing of its accession into the European Union. "It has been decided that an ad-hoc arbitral tribunal will be used to resolve the outstanding disputes. It is now believed that with the submission of the agreement to the UN that the arbitration tribunal could begin within a year but is expected to take at least three years to reach a decision that will be binding upon each country.
HeadlineBorder disputes and other unresolved issues between Slovenia and Croatia have existed since the two countries' independence following the breakup of Yugoslavia. The most notable border issue revolves around the boundary in the Gulf of Piran. Both nations have agreed to international arbitration
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Croatian Slovenia_ border_disputes
URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Croatia%E2%80%93Slovenia_border_disputes

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