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CROATIAN MEDIA 07. 08. 2018.   >>  17:20 0

CROATIAN MEDIA

Cooling relations with Serbia to follow

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic will not visit Serbia and a deep freeze in relations with Serbia for an indefinite period of time is to follow after Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic compared Croatia to Hitler's Germany, reports the Jutarnji list, quoting sources close to the government.

“To use the most polite diplomatic vocabulary, what will follow is a deep freeze in relations with Serbia for an indefinite period of time, which means that Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic's visit to Serbia is ruled out, although there is an invitation from Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.," an unnamed senior Croatian official told the newspaper.
According to the source, meetings between senior officials from Croatia and Serbia should not be expected for a while.
Although they are angry at the comparison with the Nazi regime, Croatia's political circles think the president of Serbia scored an own goal with such a radical approach, the article continued.
"To compare an EU member to the Third Reich is a statement that cannot be supported by any serious state, while Vucic has long been trying to show that Serbia is a factor of stability in the region." Reports the newspaper adding that Vucic turned out to be ”a populist whose statements deteriorate the situation, instead of contributing to improving relations.”

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