Croatia wants to see Bosnia and Herzegovina as a future member of the European Union because that is the only way to ensure stability in this area, and Bosnia and Herzegovina will have all our support, Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlic-Radman said on Thursday.
“Bosnia and Herzegovina is our most important neighbour, a country with which we share 1,100 kilometres of border, a country made up of two entities, three equal peoples, including Croats, and it is our constitutional and moral obligation to help Bosnia and Herzegovina on its European path,” Grlic-Radman said in Kresevo at the end of his two-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
He visited the Franciscan monastery and a museum co-financed by the Croatian government, which should open soon.
“We want to help all areas of the life of Croats in this place, where Croats make up more than 80% of the population so that they would stay in this area, especially young people,” Grlić Radman said.
Together with HDZ BiH party leader Dragan Covic, he visited the plants owned by the Stanić family, noting that these modern production facilities prove that it is possible to live and invest there.