Croatian president "wants dialogue" with Serbia

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic says she wants to establish dialogue with the authorities in Serbia "in order to resolve outstanding issues."

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"I am encouraged by the visit of Mr. Vucic to Zagreb because we launched that initial dialogue, and I feel this desire on the other hand to move into solutions based on the 'short reckonings' policy," said Grabar-Kitarovic in her first interview since taking office.

She added that Croatia will "provide full support to Serbia on its path to membership in the European Union, but also insist on implementing all the criteria for membership, including the position of minorities."

Grabar-Kitarovic said that she chose Bosnia-Herzegovina for her fist visit, where she will travel next Tuesday, "to give support to that country on its path towards the EU, but also to insist on the equality of Croats."

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