The president's confirmed today that President Grabar-Kitarović will speak with Vukovar mayor Ivan Penava tomorrow regarding the decision by the constitutional court that ruled the rights of the Serbian national minority in Vukovar must be increased.
A few days ago Ivan Penava said that the level of dialogue and cooperation between citizens in Vukovar, Croats and members of the Serbian national minority, is satisfactory and that any increase in rights would aggravate relations between them.
He said that in Vukovar unresolved issues from 1991 should first be resolved.
The Vukovar mayor confirmed that he spoke several times with Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on the constitutional court decision and the prime minister told him that peace and stability should be preserved, while communication and dialogue should be used to resolve the problem of use of language and national minority script in Vukovar.
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