Croatia, Serbia Try to Improve Ties After Decades of Tension

Croatia and Serbia vowed on Monday to intensify work on minority rights, border issues and searches for missing persons from their 1990s war, in an effort to improve ties that remain sour decades after the collapse of Yugoslavia.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic held talk at the beginning of a two-day official visit by Vicic to Croatia.

"The relations between Serbia and Croatia are burdened with the past, which this time we have not talked about. ... It is our task to talk and seek solutions for issues...

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By: VOA - Monday, 12 February

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