Addressing the event, the Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina president Tomislav Žigmanov spoke about the importance of being included in dialogue and talks on the formation of Serbia’s new government.
“We want to be actors in policies that will steer Serbia into European integrations,” said he.
Žigmanov, who won a seat in the Serbian parliament in the last elections in April, said that this would open new prospects for the Croat community in Serbia.
The Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina is the only parliamentary party representing the interests of ethnic Croats. o
The party has over a score of branches, most of them being in larger towns of Vojvodina.
Since its establishment the party has had three presidents: Bela Tonković and Petar Kuntić as Žigmanov’s predecessors.