On his first visit to Croatia in several years, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he and Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic had agreed on the need to resolve the thorny dispute over ownership of the Croatian energy company INA.
"I came to change this unnatural situation and return our relations to the normal track," Orban told the press conference on Monday.
With war still ongoing in Syria, plans for Croatian energy company INA to regain control over the gas and oil fields it partly owns in the country are viewed with some doubt by a leading expert.
Former general director of INA Davor Stern told BIRN that it is hard to say if regaining control over the fields is physically possible.
Croatia's constitutional court on Monday revoked the verdicts that sentenced former ex-premier Sanader to eight and a half years in prison for abuse of office, war profiteering and bribery.
The verdicts were overturned because of procedural errors, the court said, and the legal process against Sanader will now restart at Zagreb county court.