“Croatia has in a way complicated relations with Slovenia, but again excellent relations with Montenegro … With Bosnia and Herzegovina to the extent that relations can be established with BiH as a state of three entities. I think it can, but there are certain limitations,” said Croatian President Zoran Milanovic during his visit to Montenegro.
As a guest on the show Telescopy RTCG, Milanovic spoke about the relations in the region, which, according to the host, are mostly excellent, except for those in which Serbia is, Avaz news portal reports.
Milanovic also spoke about the upcoming negotiations between Serbia and Kosovo, the issue of exchange of territories in the Balkans, the new “Yalta”, the issue of Orban’s policy.
“In order for Yalta to be before it, there must be a new war, it has nothing to do with Yalta. What will be agreed, who will represent them, with whom will that agreement be reached and how will the Europe in which this is happening be set up, they must think about it,” stated Milanovic.