Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic on Tuesday held a bilateral meeting with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the fringes of the UN Conference "Women in Power," the Office of the Croatian President said in a press release.
The two officials talked about the situation in Southeast Europe, with a special emphasis on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the position of Croats in that country, as well as about current global challenges, the press release said.
Grabar-Kitarovic said Croatia supported the continuation of the EU enlargement process to include all six Southeast European countries.
She expressed satisfaction with the policy of human resources, which for the first time in history resulted in gender equality in the UN group of senior staff and commended progress made in revival of the work of the UN General Assembly, according to the press release.
Earlier today, Grabar-Kitarovic spoke at the UN Conference "Women in Power". She will stay in New York until March 13.