Serbian PM envoy's message was friendly, says Croatian Serb official

The president of the Serb Cultural Society Prosvjeta has said that Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's envoy Vladimir Bozovic, speaking at an Orthodox Christmas reception in Zagreb on Thursday, sent a friendly and open message which elicited unnecessarily sensationalist responses from Croatian media and Croatian Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier.

Croatian Serb community pays respect to Vukovar victims

A commemoration ceremony was held in the Serbian Orthodox church in Zagreb on Friday in honour of the innocent victims in Vukovar in 1991, the Serb People's  Council (SNV) has reported.

Milanovic: Provincial politicians are one thing, Serb people another

It is time "we affirmed together Croatia as the (Croatian Serb people's) homeland, with their consent and understanding, while emissaries and hate-mongers from Belgrade should not cross the Danube and come over here."

Eighth Serbian Culture Days in Istria begin

The Eighth Serbian Culture Days in Istria were opened in Pula on Tuesday with an exhibition of works by artists from Leskovac and food-tasting.

Croatian MEP says supports removal of false residence registrations

Croatian Conservative Party (HKS) leader Ruza Tomasic, who is also a member of the European Parliament, said on Sunday she supported the Ministry of the Interior's revision of residence registrations and removal of false registrations of members of the Serb minority in Vukovar, dismissing criticisms from Serbian officials regarding the matter.

Serbian minister slams Orepic's statement about Vukovar Serbs

In a statement carried by the Serbian public broadcaster RTS, Stefanovic said this was an attempt to "deny the few Serbs who have not been expelled from Croatia the right to use their language and script."

Serb representatives in Vukovar don't attend Victory Day observance

Political representatives of Croatian Serbs did not take part this year either in observing Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day and Croatian Veterans Day in Vukovar, although they were invited at a City Council session.

National Council of Serbs: SNV doesn't respect dignity of Jasenovac victims

The National Council of Serbs in Croatia was established at the end of last year, and Vlahovic says in the statement that they are in opposition to the SNV and its head.

Federalism and consociational democracy to ensure equality for Croats in Bosnia

Federalism and consociational democracy may help the Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be on an equal footing with the other two constituent peoples: the Bosniaks and the Serbs, according to a study titled "Bosnia and Herzegovina

Serbian PM, Croatian Serb official talk status of Croatian Serbs

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and the head of the Serb National Council (SNV), Milorad Pupovac, said on Tuesday that cooperation was required in efforts to deal with outstanding issues between Serbia and Croatia.

AI: Discrimination against Serbs, Roma continues in Croatia, country struggles with refugee wave

Social exclusion of and discrimination against Roma remained widespread, particularly in accessing adequate housing and employment opportunities, according to the report.

Vukovar deputy mayor says Serb community socially marginalised

Vukovar deputy mayor Srdjan Milakovic said on Thursday that the Serb community and its political representatives were totally marginalised socially and condemned three Serb youths for assaulting a Croat youth in the eastern town.

Serbian PM meets Croatian Serb leader, says wants close cooperation with new Croatian gov't

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said during a meeting with Serb National Council (SNV) president Milorad Pupovac in Belgrade on Friday that Serbia wants to cooperate closely with the new Croatian government despite what he described as numerous indications of problems encountered by the Serb community in Croatia.

Ethnic Serbs, Croatian returnees talk with president

Crnogorac said Grabar-Kitarovic was briefed about the disrespect of the decision on the participation of ethnic Serbs in state institutions proportionally to their percentage in the population.

Patriarch Irinej says Serbs in Croatia live in fear

To back his claims he cited a report he had received from a Serb boarding school in Zagreb which says that the school is exposed to attacks on a daily basis.