Slovenia go ahead for Paris Convention

20 November 2007

The European Union (EU) Council of Ministers has authorised Slovenia to ratify the updated Paris Convention on third party liability regarding nuclear energy.

Slovenia required approval to ratify a 2004 protocol updating the convention, because it affects EU legislation on the mutual recognition of civil and commercial legal judgments. Slovenia is the only new ex-communist EU member state to have signed the original Paris convention.



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