Croat PM urges better relations with Serbia

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said in Berlin that relations between Serbia and Croatia must turn towards the future.

She said about the cooling of relations between the neighboring countries after the Croatian president’s statement of the possibility of a military intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina – that politicians need to think of possible consequences before making a statement.

She said that Mesić just wanted to stress that the division of Bosnia-Herzegovina is not an acceptable option for Croatia, which remains the case today.

Croatia sees Bosnia-Herzegovina as a single country with three constitutive peoples, she stressed.

Kosor added that the agreement reached in the border dispute between Croatia and Slovenia can set an example and encourage the construction of a peaceful future in all of Southeast Europe.

Kosor will be meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, as well as with Economics and Technology Minister Reiner Bruederle and the President of the Committee for Relations with Eastern Europe Klaus Mangold.

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