6 March 2010 - Upon the invitation of Dr Bosa Nenadić, President of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia, a delegation of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia made from 4 to 6 March 2010 an official and working visit to the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia in Belgrade. In the talks with the Serbian colleagues Professor Dr Jasna Omejec, President and Dr Marko Babić and Dr Mario Jelušić, Judges of the Croatian Constitutional Court informed the judges about the standards achieved in the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms via the institute of constitutional complaint and consequently on the relationship between the Croatian Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. The talks were also held about the problems faced by the Serbian Constitutional Court who also struggles to find a way in order to provide the citizens with more efficient constitutional court protection. During the visit President Omejec and Judges of the Croatian Constitutional Court also met with Professor Dr Slavica Đukić-Dejanović, Speaker of the Serbian Parliament and Mr. Saša Janković, Serbian Ombudsman.
This was, at the same time, the first official bilateral meeting between the Constitutional Courts of the two states