Belgrade sees progress in dividing ex-Yugo gold

Yugoslavia said on Monday it hoped to quickly reach a deal with other members of the old six-member Balkan federation on dividing up gold assets held with the Bank of International Settlements (BIS).

"We expect to resolve the problem tomorrow. The meeting of central bank governors will be held on Tuesday and we need a consensus. Our plan is to entirely resolve the problem," Yugoslav central bank governor Mladjan Dinkic told reporters.

Central bank governors from Yugoslavia, Croatia, Slovenia

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