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A wreath was laid at Jović's monument at Plitvice Lakes on behalf of Croatia by the president, Deputy Parliament Speaker Milijan Brkić, Interior Minister Davor Božinović, War Veterans Minister Tomo Medved, Armed Forces Chief of Staff Mirko Šundov, and Police Director Nikola Milina. Wreaths were also ...
Before it was amended, the Croatian Wikipedia entry claimed that the Hitler demanded that Gdansk and the nearby city of Gdynia be handed over to Germany, and the war started when Warsaw refused. “But this was preceded by the ethnic cleansing of Germans by Poland and its allies, with some estimates ...

Croatia's government has approved the purchase of 12 used Israeli F-16 fighter aircraft in a package worth $500 million. The deal affirmed Thursday is Croatia's largest single military purchase since it split from the Yugoslav federation in the 1991-95 war. Croatia's Defense Minister Damir Krsticevic says ...
We have agreed that next week we will submit the names of the task force members so that they can meet in the next 30 days and begin work on the exchange of data on war crimes suspects on both sides, Dražen Bošnjaković of Croatia told Hina after meeting with his Serbian counterpart Nela Kuburović.
During rallies and other public events, Cirko and his fellow party members regularly wave flags bearing symbols affiliated with the Ustasa, the World War II-era fascist party that oversaw the Nazi-aligned Independent State of Croatia (1941-1945). In November 2017, a day after Bosnian Croat general ...
The Declaration includes a commitment to use the Guidelines for Protecting Schools and Universities from Military Use during Armed Conflict.[5]. In 2014, in a joint statement with Austria and Slovenia (both of which have now endorsed the Safe Schools Declaration), Croatia told the Human Rights Council ...

Croatian prosecutors announced that they have charged 22 ethnic Serbs with war crimes committed during the conflict in the 1990s. The Zagreb Prosecutor-General's Office said in a statement on March 10 that the 22 Croatian Serbs were accused of killing 20 civilians and two policemen being held ...
The president also commented on the Commission's assessment that Croatia's law on war veterans' rights makes it possible for more people to register as war veterans, that it lowers the age limit at which they could retire and makes it possible for their family members to inherit their pensions, as well as that ...
The Zagreb-based Association of Widows of the Croatian Defenders of the Homeland War said on Thursday that its members were “deeply hurt” by Grabar Kitarovic's description of the anti-Vucic protesters as politically marginal. The widows' association, supported by some NGOs and right-wing ...
That included a quarrel over a statue erected in Serbia's capital Belgrade to a soldier of the Serb-dominated Yugoslav People's Army who blew up an ammunition depot during the Croatian war of independence in the city of Bjelovar. The soldier, Major Milan Tepic, is seen by the Croatian side as a criminal ...

ZAGREB, March 8, 2018 - A few Zagreb- and Split-based associations of 1991-1995 Homeland War veterans and victims on Thursday criticised the guidelines made by the Croatian council for dealing with the consequences of the rule of undemocratic regimes that banned the Ustasha salute "For the ...
Serbia and Croatia are co-signatories of the 1995 Dayton peace agreement that ended the war in Bosnia. The meeting showed that the only thing flourishing in this triangle is trade, with Serbia emerging as the dominant force thanks to a large surplus in trade with Bosnia and, for the first time, a surplus in ...
Military expert Reynaud Theunens testified at Stanisic and Simatovic's trial at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague on Wednesday that Serbian State Security Service (SDB) units were involved in crimes during the Croatian war in 1991. Theunens quoted field reports by Yugoslav People's Army ...
The European Commission (EC), in its latest report on the so-called European Semester for 2018, focuses sharply and negatively on the benefits enjoyed by war veterans in Croatia, reports Index.hr on March 7, 2018. In the 73 page report dedicated to Croatia, on page 37 the European Commission says ...
Before the war started, I remembered a lot of singing at their Croatian friends' houses. It was generally cheerful. The mood suddenly in the early 90s and we were taught Croatian history and culture through the prism of war and anti-communism. The Croatian community was made up of blue collar workers.
Israel's offering to Croatia morphed significantly over the last 36 months. Originally F-16A/B models were going to be offered, and then a so called mixed fleet that included F-16C/D models was also being considered. Now it seems Croatia selected strictly D models. It's worth noting that two seat fighter ...
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 27th of March, 2018, yesterday, the Constitutional Commission of the Slovenian Parliament began upon the procedure to amend the 1994 constitutional law on the New Ljubljana Bank (NLB) in order to prevent payments to Croatian banks on the basis of the final verdicts ...
Since May last year, the Serbian war crimes prosecution office has not responded to an inquiry sent by the Croatian state's attorney office for information that could assist in a war crimes trial being held at Zagreb county court. The state's attorney office asked its Serbian counterpart for the addresses of ...


 

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