Vučić Admits Asking Grabar-Kitarović Not to Mention “Great Serbia Aggression”

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ZAGREB, August 21, 2019 – Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has told a local Serbian media outlet that the Zagreb-based Nacional newspaper has reported correctly that he requested Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović to not keep using the collocation “the Great Serbia aggression.”

“I told them: ‘Folks, please do not constantly talk about the great Serbia aggression, as there is no sense’,” Vucic said on Wednesday.

He went on to say that the Croatian president also forwarded her demands to him, including investing more effort in the search for people who went missing in the 1991-1995 war.

“Grabar-Kitarović particularly insisted that I should address the issue of missing people. In the coming period, I expect the first results considering this issue. It is not easy,” Vučić was quoted by the broadcaster “Prva Srpska Televizija” as saying.

The Nacional weekly says in its latest issue that there was e-mail correspondence between the Croatian president and her former aide Mate Radeljić which revealed that the president said that Vucic had asked her not to use the term “Great Serbia aggression” any more.

More news about relations between Croatia and Serbia can be found in the Politics section.


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