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Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said during a visit to the southern Bosnian town of Tomislavgrad that his government would support significant projects in Bosnia which would assist the viability of Croats who are emigrating out of the country because of the poor economic situation.
"We cannot prevent migrations. We will help as much as we can financially for the preservation, not of identity, because these people have an identity and no one needs to help them in that because they know who they are and what their values are. We can help finance some facilities and programmes with emphasis that these be specific and that funds are not dispersed over thousands of minor matters but on visible things," Croatia's prime minister said in Tomislavgrad where he met with Mayor Ivan Vukadin.
He added that the incumbent government was not doing this for the sake of elections or to score political points. He said his hosts had informed him of the difficult economic situation and of the high number of the unemployed.
"The impression is that it is worse than it looks. This area and that around Livno indeed look advanced. That is obviously a combination of work here and some savings. But there is a large number of the unemployed, at least official figures say so," Milanovic said.
Earlier he visited the Franciscan museum outside the nearby town of Livno which was built with the assistance of the Croatian government and which contains a wealthy archaeological, ethnographic and sacral treasure, a library and a gallery reports the Government.
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