Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic bypassed Bosnian institution Wednesday when she visited Bosnia but not its state institutions, Bosnian Croat Presidency member Zeljko Komsic told N1, on Thursday.
“I will repeat what I said at the UN – We are witness to their activities on achieving their political interests within Bosnia, with which they only destabilize my country, which is not good, nor does it contribute to the development of good neighbourly relations,” he said and added:
“Grabar-Kitarovic only confirmed this yesterday. Why did they protest against what I said at the UN, then? Because they think they have an inalienable right to do so and that no one can dare say that that's not right,” Komsic concluded.
Croatian President stayed in Bosna on Wednesday, visiting cities and towns with the Croat majority in southern Bosnia. Her visit and speeches of Croatia and her office helping the Bosnian Croats coincides with the Croatian general election where she hopes to win another term in office.