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Nikolic calls on Croatian officials to stop insulting Serbs

Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic on Thursday called on Croatian officials to stop the insults on account of Serbs, assessing that the statement by Croatia's former prime minister Zoran Milanovic that Serbs were a "handful of wretches" resembled what WWII Ustasha leader Ante Pavelic thought of and how he acted toward Serbs.

Horvat says outraged at Serbian officials' audacity to give Croatia lectures

Following a number of statements and protest notes Serbia has issued accusing Croatia of rehabilitating the Ustasha movement and the anti-Serb policy, Croatian Enterprise Minister Darko Horvat of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has said he is outraged at the audacity of top Serbian officials who are giving lectures to Croatia on how to behave, while forgetting what they had been doing.

Kovac: We are close to solution on Serbia's EU accession talks

Croatia is close to finding a solution regarding the continuation of Serbia's EU accession talks, Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miro Kovac said on Friday, adding that he was surprised that the EU had gone public with some information on the matter without prior agreement with Croatia.

Serbian FM: HDZ might be braver than SDP in relations with Serbia

Asked whether in relations with the new government in Croatia, Belgrade would insist on Cyrillic alphabet signs and minority rights in Vukovar, Dacic underscored that he believed that that was a "civilisational achievement."