After being acquitted over war crimes charges, Serbian ultra-nationalist Vojislav Seselj sent message to Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic.
“My dear Kolinda, get ready, I’m coming in an official visit soon,” he wrote on Twitter.
The UN war crimes court at The Hague (ICTY) said Seselj bore no individual responsibility for the crimes.
He also wrote on Twitter: “As I can hear, the battle is over”.
Seselj often sent provocative messages to Croatian leaders. He set Croatian flag on fire several times.
Officials and ordinary people in Croatia and Bosnia are shocked by the Court’s ruling.