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BELGRADE - Serbian and Croatian Justice Ministers Nela Kuburovic and Drazen Bosnjakovic will speak in Belgrade next month, with the meeting expected to make it clearer whether Zagreb will continue to insist that Belgrade stops prosecuting Croatian nationals indicted for war crimes.
The meeting will follow in the wake of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's visit to Croatia.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Tuesday received members of the families of people who went missing during the armed conflicts in the territory of Croatia and told them Serbian state authorities would do everything to ensure their loved ones were found and light was shed on their fate.
The president, who met with a delegation from the Alliance of Associations of the Families of Captured and Missing Croatian Defenders, told them that state bodies of Serbia will do everything to achieve visible progress in finding missing persons and shedding light on their fate, Beta agency reported.
However, the leader of the Serb entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina denied that he demanded spacial treatment when he was stopped on his way to the town of Karlovac.
The Banja Luka daily Nezavisne is reporting Dodik as saying that his car was moving at "over 180 kilometers per hour" - and that the fine was "astronomical."
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday Serbia would lend stronger support to various development projects in Republika Srpska and within Serb communities in Croatia, without endangering the territorial integrity of neighbouring countries or encroaching upon the rights of other nations.