Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told Prva TV that the Belgrade-Zagreb relations are very complex but that the capital of Serbia is sending a message of peace and reconciliation to the capital city of Croatia.
“The relations between Belgrade and Zagreb are exceptionally complex, difficult, but we’re sending out the message of peace, reconciliation and that was the most important message in the speech of (Serbian President Aleksandar) Vucic during the ‘Oluja’ anniversary. And that’s that we want the reconciliation, peace – we don’t ask you to recognise the crimes, to apologise, to recognise genocide in Jasenovac, but let us just grief during those days,” Brnabic said.
She also noted that she was following and agreeing with the state policy set by President Vucic.
“And that means we want the Serbs never get divided again, no matter if they live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia… I want us to give them support, to be united,” underlined Brnabic.