The Serbian President, Aleksandar Vučić, arrived today in Croatia on an official visit aimed at alleviating tensions in relations between the two countries. After landing at Zagreb Airport he headed straight to meet the President of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, for a morning meeting.
“We have come up with open questions. We agreed to continue talking. It is extremely important that we have agreed on a few open questions that represent not only our political and state responsibility, but also human, moral, ethical responsibility towards the citizens of our states,” said Vučić after the meeting. Adding that they had discussed the question of minorities, about the position of the Serb minority in Croatia and the Croatian in Serbia.
"Every step of the good will, every conversation is a step forward, useful and welcome," concluded the Croatian President. Adding that “We are ready for political, technical and any other help we can provide Serbia on its way to the European Union.”