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Serbia’s Deputy PM on Official Visit in Zagreb: ‘We All Want to Improve Relations With Croatia’

vladaSerbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić has arrived in Croatia on an official visit on Wednesday…

Dačić met with Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović, as well as with the President of the Croatian Parliament Josip Leko on Wednesday in Zagreb, where they discussed bilateral relations between the two nations, as well as unresolved issues and the current political situation in the region.

Leko said that outstanding issues between Croatia and Serbia must not be an impediment in their relationship and that it was in Croatia’s interest that Serbia progressed on its European path. Leko expected that the two governments would resolve the issue of missing persons from the war, and also the status of the Croatian minority in Serbia.

Dačić expressed willingness to resolve all outstanding issues, emphasising that all political leaders in Serbia wish to improve relations with Croatia. He said that State bodies in charge of Foreign Affairs was working to resolve disputed issues such as – missing persons, the position of the Serbian minority in Croatia and the Croatian minority in Serbia, the list of accused or those convicted of war crimes, the return of Croatian cultural treasures, as well as pension, restitution of property and tenancy rights issues. (photo / Vlada.hr)


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