Serbia sends note of protest to Croatia

Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Silaković said his ministry had sent a note of protest to Croatia over its refusal to allow Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić to make a private visit to the Jasenovic concentration camp.

The Serbian minister said he was shocked by Zagreb’s anti-civilizational and anti-European decision. Silakovic read to journalists a note from the Croatian Foreign Ministry dated July 15, which stated that he had not been notified of Vučić’s visit and that a particularly responsible official should not be allowed to visit.

The Serbian minister said: “The Serbian Foreign Ministry handed over a note that the Chargé d’Affaires of the Croatian Embassy refused to accept, so I will read it here. .

The Minister said that the Serbian authorities consider Zagreb’s decision scandalous and frightening, unparalleled after the Second World War.

He stressed that “the government of Serbia will decide on response measures in accordance with international law.”

Earlier, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said that the Croatian authorities did not allow Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to make a private visit to the Jasenovichi concentration camp complex.

The Serbian Prime Minister called this decision scandalous and contrary to European standards.

Source: RIA Novosti

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