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Croatian President Ivo Josipovic has ruled out a meeting with Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic until they can come up with a joint message. Speaking to Radio Television of Vojvodina (RTV) Josipovic said: ""A meeting between the two of us would only make sense if we can send some kind of a message together, otherwise it would have a completely negtive effect on both the Serbian and the Croatian public. "I think it would be better if we sought alternative ways of communication for the time being." He added that communication between the two countries would continue at a diplomatic level, pointing out the number of cooperative activities between the two including military agreements. Josipovic also dismissed charges of genocide against both countries as "not too important and emotionally charged."
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