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Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Serbia H.E. Hidajet Biščević hosted a gathering with members of the Croatian Business Club on 18 June at the Embassy in Belgrade.

Introducing himself, Ambassador Hidajet Biščević said that he was ready to use his experience to contribute to the improvement of relations between Serbia and Croatia on the basis of European values, as it is very important for regional stability and progress in the region.

Stressing the need to strengthen cooperation between Serbia and Croatia, Ambassador Biščević said that he had prepared project proposals for cooperation in the field of infrastructure and energy, such as restoring the navigability of the Sava and Danube and called on Croatian Business Club members to propose ideas that would improve relations between the two countries.