Croatian President to Cut Short Her Visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina

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ZAGREB, January 18, 2018 – Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will wrap up her official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday by touring several municipalities in central Bosnia, populated mostly by Croats.

Originally, Grabar-Kitrović planned a three-day visit which was then shortened to two days, which is why her tours of Tuzla, Derventa and Orasje were cancelled. The reasons are exclusively of organisational character.

Sources close to the president’s office said Grabar-Kitarović would visit this part of northern Bosnia in March, when her office will be temporarily relocated to Croatia’s eastern Slavonski Brod-Posavina County.

The president’s tour of the Franciscan monastery in Guca Gora, outside Travnik was cancelled due to poor weather conditions so instead Grabar-Kitarović will visit Nova Bila, Zepce and Usora.

The Croatian president’s visit has drawn a lot of media attention in Bosnia.


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