One of the key issues discussed was the position of the Croat people in neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Croatia's Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlić Radman was on an official visit to the Vatican today. He was received by Pope Francis, after which he also met with the Holy See's Secretary of State Archbishop Paul Gallagher.
Along with confirming the traditionally strong ties between Croatia and the Vatican, Minister Grlić Radman and his hosts also discussed the position of the Croat people in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
"We spoke, obviously, about the position of the Croat nation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who, based on the Dayton Agreement and the constitution, must be allowed the right to choose their own political representatives at all levels of government," the minister told reporters.