No one in Croatia should feel like a second-class citizen because of their sexual or gender orientation, said President Zoran Milanović today on the occasion of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
In a post on Facebook, the President said that he had said many times that he wanted Croatia to be a united community of all citizens, who may be different but all are equal.
He called for a stronger commitment to promoting equality and building a safe and open society, which includes the right to choice, non-discrimination, and the protection of all minorities, with zero tolerance for violence.
“That is the only way Croatia can truly be a country of equality,” he said.
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