Zagreb, 01.08.2011.

Statement issued by the former President of the Republic of Croatia, mr. Stjepan Mesic, concernig the situation of Vatican asking for church property in Croatia to be handed over to an order in Italy.






Zagreb, 02.08.2011.

Interview with Former President published on the 6th of August 2011. in edition "Obzor" - Vecernji list.


You have fiercely attacked the government and opposition, because they did not promptly respond to the issue of Dajla. Can the government do something about it, regarding the fact  that the mistake was committed in the nineties and that it is now virtually impossible to correct it? 

Kosovo, 21.07.2011.

Former Croatian President, Mr. Stjepan Mesic, had a two day visit to the Republic of Kosovo.


        During his stay he gave a lecture on the first private university in Kosovo, AAB RIINVEST, which granted him the title of Honorary Doctorate (Doctor Honoris Causa). Ceremony which was attended by senior officials of the Government of Kosovo, senior vice president, Behgjet Pacolli, Education Minister Rame Buja, the Minister of Trade and Industry, Mimoza Kusari-Lila, and others, was broadcasted directly on Kosovo's public television RTK.


Zagreb, 06.07.2011.

Mr. Stjepan Mesic received the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt Ms. Eman Mohamed Zaki Mohharat, who is leaving Zagreb at the end of the summer after four years spent in Croatia.


        The Ambassador also thanked President Mesic for the support he provided during the performance of her duties, particularly stressing that during his term and through his vision of Croatian foreign policy, the Republic of Croatia- in spite of the fact that has been concentrated in the EU – was taking into account the other parts of the world.


Zagreb, 21 December 2010.

Mr. Stjepan Mesić, former President of the Republic of Croatia met with Mr. James Foley, US ambassador to the Republic of Croatia


“The United States firmly support Croatia’s accession negotiations with the EU as well as the fight against corruption, regardless of the consequences for any given individual,” said US ambassador James Foley during his meeting with the former President. The meeting was held after the US ambassador proposed it and it lasted for one hour in a sincere and open atmosphere.