Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic commented on the statement that she said that Bosnia and Herzegovina is “a unstable country under the control of militant Islam”.
Israel’s Jerusalem Post reported that Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who is visiting Israel, said that BiH is “very unstable country and has been taken over by people associated with Iran and terrorist organizations in some respect.”
Also, it was written that she said “the country is under the control of militant Islam, which is dominant in determining attitudes.”
Did you say what the Jerusalem Post wrote?, the president was asked on Wednesday during her visit to Israel.
“Absolutely not. I spoke with President Rivlin in the context in which I talk about BiH and our other neighboring countries and what, after all, I said at press meetings before meeting President Rivlin and Netanyahu, which is that I want to see our neighboring countries as soon as possible in the EU.”
“I did not give interviews and I did not make any statements to the press, apart from those two press conferences, “said Grabar Kitarovic, Patria News Agency reports.