Croatia's Foreign Minister, Marija Pejcinovic-Buric, took part in a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday, in which she talked about the importance of amending Bosnia and Herzegovina's election law in accordance with the Constitutional Court ruling to ensure the equality of all the three constituent peoples in Bosnia.
The Foreign Ministry said that Pejcinovic-Buric proposed to put this topic as soon as possible up for discussion at the EU's Foreign Affairs Council.
EU foreign ministers also discussed about the situation in Libya, in terms of the political environment in the country and the creation of preconditions to hold election, as well as the overall stabilisation of the country.
They also talked with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Filippo Grandi, and the Director General of the International Organisation for Migrations (IOM), Antonio Vitorino, about external aspects of incoming migrations.
The ministers also discussed the state of affairs in the Central African Republic and EU's support for the country mired in political turmoil and civil war to get back on the road to stability, peace, and development, and the also talked about crisis-hit Venezuela and the outflow of migrants into other countries in the region.