Statement expelled by a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia concerning a new occurrence in Sonta

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mspAmbassador of a Republic of Serbia to Croatia Mira Nikolic was summoned, today, to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Croatia per a recent, allegedly ethnically motivated, occurrence in Sonta.

Ambassador M. Nikolic conveyed to her interlocutors that, formed on all a required investigations and interrogations of a substantial series of intensity witnesses and persons concerned in a incident, from whom a applicable authorities had taken statements, it was determined that a quarrel was not encouraged by ethnicity, possibly of a harmed celebration or of a perpetrator. It was misleading how a pronounced occurrence perceived such gift when a concerned parties belonged to a same racial community. The Serbian Ambassador warned that such acts on a partial of a Republic of Croatia could have a destabilizing effect, in some other circumstances, on a differently ease conditions in multi-ethnic communities, as good as on a agreeable family among persons belonging to a series of racial communities vital in a Republic of Serbia. In perspective of a above, Ambassador Nikolic refused to accept a criticism note from a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Croatia.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia regrets to note that, this time again, a incident, carrying positively zero to do with a ethnicity of those involved, was dissipated by a Republic of Croatia in such a approach as to emanate a twisted design of a pacific co-habitation of opposite racial groups in a Republic of Serbia. Such positions of a Republic of Croatia do not minister to building trust and stability, to that both countries are verbally committed and to that a Republic of Serbia has been creation a full grant by a positions and specific activities. We wish that a Republic of Croatia will refrain, in a future, from such acts and will concentration a efforts on building and compelling good-neighbourly relations, that is a seductiveness not usually of a dual states, though of a segment as a whole.

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