Central European Evening Report: "Croatian Homeland Movement Completes First Round of Government Formation Talks; Slovenian Foreign Ministry Summons Serbian Chargé d'Affaires Over Offensive Remarks"

Central European Evening Report: "Croatian Homeland Movement Completes First Round of Government Formation Talks; Slovenian Foreign Ministry Summons Serbian Chargé d'Affaires Over Offensive Remarks"


Homeland Movement Completes First Round of Government Formation Negotiations in Croatia:

The Homeland Movement announced on Wednesday that it has completed the first round of negotiations regarding the formation of the Croatian government. The negotiations included discussions with SDP, Most, Croatian Sovereignists, and HDZ, during which various topics were addressed and potential actions and solutions were considered.

The party emphasized the constructive tone of the discussions and noted that each of the parties involved presented the number of representatives who support their vision for forming the government. The Homeland Movement reiterated its stance that it will not be part of a majority that includes SDSS and Možemo parties, remaining firm on its program principles, which are the foundation of potential cooperation.

"The Homeland Movement received the trust of many voters, and we will honor that trust by firmly and consistently insisting on our principles. Our goal is a secure and prosperous Croatia," the party emphasized.

Negotiations are set to continue in the coming days, with consultations planned with the members of the Presidency and Homeland Board. Progress and negotiating positions will be communicated to them accordingly, the Homeland Movement stated.

Slovenian Foreign Ministry Summons Serbian Chargé d'Affaires over Offensive Statements:

The Slovenian Foreign Ministry has summoned the Serbian chargé d'affaires in Ljubljana for discussions regarding Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić's recent offensive statements about Slovenia. The statements were made following a UN Security Council session dedicated to Kosovo, Slovenian Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon said on Wednesday.

The nature of the offensive statements and Slovenia's response highlight ongoing tensions in the region and the sensitivity of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The meeting aims to address these concerns and clarify Slovenia's position on the matter.


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