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By Reuters

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ZAGREB, CROATIA (MARCH 3, 2017) (REUTERS) ****WARNING CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** VARIOUS OF MINISTERS AND DELEGATES IN CONFERENCE CROATIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, DAVOR IVO STIER, SEATED GREEK AND TURKISH DELEGATIONS SEATED WIDE OF CONFERENCE ROOM KOSOVO DELEGATION SEATED MACEDONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, NIKOLA POPOSKI, AND FOREIGN MINISTER OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, IGOR CRNADAK, SEATED (SOUNDBITE) (Croatian) CROATIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, DAVOR IVO STIER, SAYING: "Today we identified the common points of cooperation for all countries in southeast Europe. On the issue of migration, it's important that we have Turkey with us here in this format because it has a very important role on that matter. Another key point that all countries agree on is cooperation in battling all forms of radicalism, extremism, and especially, of course, terrorism." GROUP PHOTO OF FOREIGN MINISTERS AND OFFICIALS ATTENDING THE SUMMIT PAN ACROSS MINISTERS POSING FOR PHOTO (SOUNDBITE) (Macedonian) MACEDONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER, NIKOLA POPOSKI, SAYING: "I cannot comment on the legal aspects of it, but I do know that the President (Gjorge Ivanov) gave a very clear sign how to go forward. It's up to the parliament to make a decision based on the majority of votes. On the other hand, the president, and all citizens who voted or did not vote in the election in Macedonia, have the right to know, and to have a transparent picture of who is advocating what exactly. In this situation we don't have a clear picture of who is behind that (coalition's proposals) and what sort of platform is being promoted by those who want to form a government. And it's especially strange that this is happening after the election." BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA FOREIGN MINISTER, IGOR CRNADAK, SURROUNDED BY REPORTERS (SOUNDBITE) (Bosnian) BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA FOREIGN MINISTER, IGOR CRNADAK, SAYING: "The European Union and the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina is absolutely a priority and enjoys huge support among all three peoples in both entities, and it's something we must not and cannot drop out of our focus. Tomorrow, Ms. Mogherini will arrive in Sarajevo, a series of meetings will be held, and that's a good opportunity for us to confirm our stance once again. And as for the things you mentioned - in Bosnia and Herzegovina there's never a shortage of unresolved issues." POLICEMAN INSPECTING VAN OUTSIDE CONFERENCE VENUE PARKED POLICE CAR AND MOTORCYCLE OUTSIDE CONFERENCE VENUE
Dateline: 2017

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110566269
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00:03:02
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Zagreb, Croatia, Croatia
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