Croatian President Ivo Josipovic visits Belgrade
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Josipovic-SrbijaThe highest Serbian officials meet with Josipovic: The agenda includes old and new issues – cyrillic script, war crimes, missing persons, refugee pensions, minority rights, as well as charges and counter charges for genocide which Croatia and Serbia referred to the International Court of Justice.

The Croatian President was officially welcomed in front of Serbia Palace. Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic was first to have talks with the guest from Zagreb. The Presidents were later joined by other members of the state delegations. The Serbian delegation also included Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkic, Justice Minister Nikola Selakovic, Serbian Ambassador to Croatia Stanimir Vukicevic and President's Advisors Marko Djuric, Oliver Antic, Predrag Mikic and Stanislava Pak Stankovic. The Croatian delegation also included Veterans Minister Predrag Matic, Deputy Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Josko Klisovic, Croatian Ambassador to Serbia Gordan Markotic and Advisers on Foreign Affairs Roman Vlahutin, on European Affairs Mirjana Mladineo, on Internal Policy Affairs Sinisa Tatalovic and on the Economy Tamara Obradovic Mazal. a Cooperation Agreement was signed by the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade and by the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb.

There are unresolved issues in the relations between the two countries. However, the two Presidents expressed their willingness to discuss these issues, pointing to the need for strengthening cooperation.
Last night, the Croatian President attended the Serbia premiere of the opera "Two Heads and the Girl" composed by academician Isidora Zebeljan, performed at the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, in the framework of the 45th Belgrade Music Festival.