Republic of Croatia

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ICMP provides monitoring assistance during excavations, and supports NGOs in Croatia that work with families of the missing.

Croatia is participating in efforts to establish a regional list of missing persons together with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and the Kosovo Commission on Missing Persons.

In October 2013, Croatian President Ivo Josipovic paid a landmark visit to Belgrade, where he met with his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolic. During the visit, Mr. Josipovic stated that although great progress has been achieved in many areas, the missing persons issue remains the most important in order to normalize relations between the two countries.

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