As part of the debate on rapporteur David McAllister's (EPP) Report on Serbia's Progress for 2014 on the Committee for Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament, amendments that were submitted to the report were reviewed, 222 of them, and the Head of the Croatian EPP Delegation Dubravka Šuica took part in the debate, emphasizing:
˝I join those who congratulate our colleague McAllister on the serious work related to the Report, which was short and clear. Thank you for everything you've done so far. As you know, the Croatian EPP Delegation submitted a number of amendments and I thank you for those that were accepted, but at the same time we believe that there room for discussion about those that were not because it is important to truly understand to the end what it is about. We do not agree with Serbian universal jurisdiction over war crimes that occurred in the former Yugoslavia, it is something that we objest to and I believe that there we need to talk about this subject some more.˝
MEP Šuica added that she does not want for Croats and the Croatian delegation to feel like second-class members, because in the EU there should be no difference between the North and the South, the Eurozone, Schengen and those who are not in these. ˝Accordingly, Croatia wants to be a full member and we want for our positions to be respected, we are not facing towards the past, but towards the present and the future and we want to resolve things in order to go forward together, so that the whole of Southeast Europe can be in the Union with us,˝ believes Šuica.
Finally, Šuica stressed that she will continue to insist on determining the fate of missing persons and the return of cultural objects. However, there is also the question of the border on the Danube, and the question about the representation of Croatian representatives in the Assembly of the Republic of Serbia in accordance with the agreement from 2005, as well as the question of freedom of the media and other outstanding issues.