Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said that his country’s relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina were not good during the previous presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but it is time to open a new chapter in these relations with the new administration.
Member of the Presidential Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbian President Zelica Cvijanovic met with her Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanovic in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, and held a joint press conference after the meeting.
Milanovic pointed out that Bosnia and Herzegovina’s relations with his country were not good during the previous members of the Presidency Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and said, “Now is the time to turn a new page.” He said.
Stating that Croats in BiH “are not a minority”, Milanović said, “Minorities in Croatia have a good status. We expect the same for Croats in BiH and we want them to be equal to Bosniaks and Serbs.” Use phrases.
Milanović stated that Bosnia and Herzegovina’s place is in the European Union and said, “I would comment on NATO as an ‘agreement between you’, because it is against NATO’s interests to force a country into NATO membership. If not everyone supports NATO membership, it is better to wait.” He rated it.
Cvijanovic also noted that between his country and Croatia, “action should be taken instead of silence at the institutional level”.
Stating that they touched on the Dayton Peace Agreement with Milanović, Cvijanović made it clear that they agreed on the agreement and maintaining peace and stability in the region.
Cvijanović also thanked Croatia for supporting Bosnia and Herzegovina in obtaining the status of a candidate country for membership in the European Union.
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