LIVE Summit of the "Brdo-Brioni" process begins; Vučić also arrived
President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, is participating in the summit.
Croatian President Zoran Milanovi and Slovenian President Borut Pahor welcome the guests.
Vjosa Osmani also arrived. The members of the BiH Presidency efik Daferovi, Milorad Dodik and eljko Komi are also present. Immediately after them came the President of Montenegro Milo Djukanovi.
The Storm Anniversary: Commemoration in Serbia, national holiday in Croatia
The anniversary of the military-police operation Storm, during which the largest exodus of Serbs since World War II was recorded at the beginning of August 1995, will also be marked as a national holiday in Croatia this year - the Day of Victory and Homeland Gratitude and Veterans' Day, while in Serbia that crime that goes unpunished will be marked with a commemorative rally in Novi Sad.
Croatia: The most serious conflict so far - resignations demanded, crisis threatened
This was said by the interlocutor from the ruling party, commenting on the conflict that escalated between the President of the State Zoran Milanovi and the Minister of Defense Mario Banoi, i.e. the Government and Andrej Plenkovi, reports "Jutarnji list".
Belgrade's message: "Don't make a storm in a teacup"
Sharing her impressions with journalists about Mostar and the old city center, saying that she feels beautiful in that city, Brnabi referred to the support of the Government of the Republic of Serbia to the Serbian community in Mostar.
Vučić at the Brdo-Brioni Summit; The meeting started behind closed doors PHOTO
President Vui was welcomed by the host, Slovenian President Borut Pahor and Croatian President Zoran Milanovi.
Upon his arrival, the President of Serbia greeted Pahor more cordially than Milanovi, with whom, according to the Tanjug reporter, he greeted more officially.
Croatia to Start Redirecting Migrants to Slovenia, Hungary, PM Says
Croatia is not closing its borders, but has reached its capacity and will redirect people to Slovenia and Hungary, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovi? has said.
Slovenia has meanwhile effectively closed its border with Croatia and is refusing to accept migrants.