Plenković is clear: "Our ties are unbreakable"
As he stated, those two countries are permanently referred to each other, and Croatia remains the best friend of the neighboring country and its advocate in the bodies of the European Union.
Plenkovi is leading a delegation of the Government on an official visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina, and immediately after arriving in Sarajevo, he met with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Zoran Tegeltija, and his ministers.
The visit was organized at a time when Bosnia-Herzegovina is facing the biggest domestic political crisis since the war, caused by attempts by Republika Srpska authorities to separate the entity from the country's constitutional and legal order.
After talks between the two governments, Plenkovi told reporters that Croatia was following developments in BiH with great attention, so his first message was that Croatia is a friend and partner who wants to improve cooperation with Bosnia-Herzegovina, support the country's integrity and equality of its two entities and three peoples.
After talks between the two delegations, Plenkovi told reporters that Croatia was following events in BiH with great attention, so his first message was that Croatia was a friend and partner who wanted to improve cooperation with BiH, support the country's integrity and equality of its entities and three peoples.
"We would like BiH institutions to be functional," Plenkovi said, commenting on the conclusions of the RS parliament, which last week paved the way for the repeal of some important laws at the state level.
He said that it was necessary to see how much of a maneuver it was, and how real the desire was to endanger the survival of BiH.
Plenkovi pointed out that Croatia does not want to see separatist tendencies in BiH, and that he...