Croatian President Zoran Milanović stated that they will continue to help Bosnian Croats.
Milanović attended the ceremony in Osora in the Zenica Doboj Canton of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Croats were killed by Serb forces in the Bosnian War (1992-1995).
Stating that his country will continue to provide assistance to the Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanovic said, “I am in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the neighboring country that I want to become a member of the European Union as soon as possible. Croats, Serbs and Bosniaks.” He said.
Advocating that Croats do not have equal rights with other peoples in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milanović said, “Croats should be equal to everyone in the country and Bosnia and Herzegovina should be a member of the European Union.” Use the phrase.
Croatian President Milanovic said:
“I know how important Croatia is to you, and you to us. We will do everything we can to protect your dignity and your interests, while respecting our neighboring country. I call on non-Croats, who are the majority here, to understand that Bosnia and Herzegovina will not exist without Croats.”
“I told Milanovic that I expected him to respect Bosnia and Herzegovina”
Bosnian member of the Presidency Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Besirovic participated in the program held in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the occasion of the 31st anniversary of the city’s defense.
In his statement here, Besirovic said that Milanovic came to Osora but did not come to the capital, Sarajevo, to meet members of the Presidency Council.
He has made many visits to his country, Bešerović said, “Before the elections, I told people that I will guide Bosnia and Herzegovina towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration. Therefore, my first visit was to NATO, where I also met the Secretary General of NATO.” He said.
Recalling that developing cooperation in the region is one of the most important goals of his country, Bešerović said, “In this sense, I am trying to develop the best possible regional cooperation while preserving the dignity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. At a recent press conference in Zagreb, I told Milanović that I expect him to respect Bosnia and Herzegovina.” . He said his words.
Expressing his desire to develop economic relations with neighboring countries, Beserović stressed that “all neighboring countries must respect Bosnia and Herzegovina’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.”
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