“Croatian president Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic has announced that she has decided to invite her Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vucic, to visit Zagreb. With this move, as Grabar Kitarovic said, she wants to ‘open the new chapter in relations between two countries.’

Vucic has reacted by saying that he would talk about the invitation tomorrow (Wednesday).

The invitation came after another row between Belgrade and Zagreb took place. Namely, Serbian exhibition on Jasenovac concentration camp, organised in the United Nations headquarters in New York this week, provoked Croatian officials to deliver demarche to Belgrade. Serbia reacted reciprocally.

‘I believe that it is time for a presidential level visit. I have invited president Aleksandar Vucic, in good faith, to officially visit the Republic of Croatia in mid-February,’ Grabar Kitarovic stated.

Vucic will talk about the visit at the press conference on Wednesday, a source from the presidency told Tanjug news agency.” (IBNA)