President meets with representatives of antifascists and ethnic minorities

President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and representatives of antifascists and ethnic minorities agreed at a meeting on Monday on the need to open dialogue on all outstanding issues, the President's Office said in a statement.

The meeting, held in the President's Office at her invitation, involved the chairman of the Federation of Antifascist Fighters and Antifascists, Franjo Habulin, representative of the Roma minority in the Croatian Parliament Veljko Kajtazi, Serb National Council chairman Milorad Pupovac and the head of the Jewish Community of Zagreb, Ognjen Kraus.

Those present supported the President's initiative on the need to open dialogue and discussion on all outstanding issues and problems faced by the ethnic minorities in Croatia.

The meeting focused on increased intolerance and sharp rhetoric used in public communication as of late, calling for dialogue in order to agree on a common response to all the challenges.

Last update: Mon, 11/04/2016 - 15:38
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