BELGRADE, Serbia — “After a long time in Serbia and Croatia, a concrete political will to initiate and intensify dialogue has been accumulated,” says minister of foreign affairs, Ivica Dacic. At the marking of the anniversary of the founding of the Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina, Ivica Dacic, where he was with the head of …
Serbia has no intentions to repeal the Law of Universal Jurisdiction, and will continue to enforce it, said interim Serbian prosecutor for war crimes, Milan Petrović, during an interview for Radio Slobodna Evropa (Radio Free Europe).
The Foreign Minister in the fallen Croatian government, Miro Kovač stated yesterday that Croatia can be happy for prevailing in the Serbia’s EU membership talks.
Officials of the DSS (Democratic Party of Serbia) announced on Tuesday that their MPs submitted a genocide resolution, condemning genocide against Serbs, Jews and Roma committed by the Independent State of Croatia – a Nazi-puppet state that was established during World War II.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, while commenting on the upcoming Balkan Summit in Paris, said that he expects that Croatia will repeat their reasons for blocking Serbia’s EU accession talks. “But tomorrow – Croatia will get clear answers from Serbia”, Vučić added.
Yesterday, the President of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, announced that she will sign off on an early election.
Yesterday, The Permanent Court of Arbitration in Hague announced it will continue hearings on the 25-year long territorial dispute between Croatia and Slovenia over the Gulf of Piran.
Yesterday, a meeting on the Serbian negotiations under Netherlands’ presidency held by the EU Working group was ended without support from Croatia and the UK for Serbia to open Chapter 23. A Croatian representative withheld his support due to “substantial reasons”, while the UK representative cited “technical reasons”.
Officials of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia have voiced their shock and concern after Brexit results, however, these countries repeated their firm determination to join EU.
Yesterday, Tomislav Karamarko resigned from the position of President of Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), a right-wing party that won the most MPs in 2015 parliamentary election.