Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic: There are no Ustashas, nor fascism in Croatia, unlike Serbia
She added that Croatia wants to have "political partner with whom it can solve open questions" in Serbia
Croatian president Kolinda said that she "responsively claims that "there are no ustashas nor fascism in Croatia", unlike Serbian parliament where 21 members claim that west border of Serbia is on the line Virovitica-Karlovac-Karlobag.
- If you look at the composition of Croatian parliament, there is not a single parliamentary party that presents some fascist or expansionist politics. Unlike that, in Serbian parliament we have 21 members that claim that the western border of Serbia in on the line Virovitica-Karlovac-Karlobag. That is why their president on one occasion in Sarajevo said that it is a serious political problem - said Grabar-Kitarovic in the as a guest in a talk show "Behind the curtains" on HRT.
- We didn't come to difficult questions yet. But, Serbia must change their rhetoric because it helps no one. I am always for constructive approach, i won't return to past, Croatia won in the Homeland war, "Storm" was a legitimate operation, Serbia won't acknowledge it, but we can go on with our relations - said Grabar-Kitarovic.
She said during her recent visit to the USA, for which she claims to be official, that she talked with the newly elected American president Donald Trump about "relations with neighboring countries" of Croatia.
Grabar-Kitarovic said that "she understood the politics of Trump administration won't consider the region of southeast Europe and Croatia as one of the great proprieties because there is no war or turbulence".
They will focus on Syria, Iraq, Iran, on relations with Russia and that is why it is necessary to persistently put emphasis on the area of southeast Europe.
- Because if USA and EU lose focus, there is a high probability that the complicated relations among states and the process of joining EU and NATO of our neighboring countries will become even slower - marked Croatian president.
"Republika Srpska should be put back on the ground".
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic added "looking realistically, Republika Srpska acts like a individual identity (in Bosnia and Herzegovina) and almost as a independent state".
- I think that they should be put back on the ground.
Croatian president claims that "Republika Srpska was not created on 9 January (1992), but it was founded on the foundations of Dayton Agreement.
- The entire date is not only a giant forgery, but again a provocation and one big myth that is being created - considers Grabar Kitarovic.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)
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