Croats may again in savings after 24 years
zagreb - Croatian savers formed long lines Thursday for a Slovene bank in the capital Zagreb in order to claim their savings after 24 years.
Approximately 300,000 people, mostly in Croatia and Bosnia, became in 1991 lost their savings when the Ljubljanska Bank was lifted after Slovenia became independent from Yugoslavia. Savers who could whistle stood outside Slovenia for their money. The European Court of Human Rights wore Slovenia last year at 385 million euros in compensation cash return.This process is extremely laborious, reported the news website Balkan Insight. The mostly older savers have received virtually no information. A retired woman told the site that they accidentally discovered that she could recover her money.,null, It's not a large amount, but it's mine. It will definitely make a difference in my life. ''