Croatia

Bosnia’s Federation Condemns Serb Court Referendum

The parliament in Bosnia’s mainly Croat-Bosniak region has condemned a recent decision by the Serb region to hold a referendum on the state court. At an extraordinary session on Wednesday, Bosnia’s Federation parliament adopted a document reaffirming committment to Euro-Atlantic integration, the rule of law, equality, and the consistent implementation …

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Serbian Prosecution opens Croatia massacre case

Serbian Deputy War Crimes Prosecutor Bruno Vekarić says information regarding massacre of 9 Serb civilians in Croatia in 1995 prompted them to open the case. He said that the recent guilty verdict against two former Croatian generals incited people to speak out about war crimes that happened during and after …

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Bulgarian PM to visit Croatia on April 27

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is to leave for an official visit to Croatia on April 27, the government’s press office informed. Borisov’s agenda includes meeting with Croatian President Ivo Josipovic, Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor and Parliament Chairperson Luka Bebic.

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Bosnia’s two main Croat parties form National Assembly

Bosnia’s two main Croat parties will officially launch the Croat National Assembly, HNS, on Tuesday in Mostar, a move they say will give a true voice to Croats in Bosnia. The Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, and its sister party the HDZ 1990, along with several minor Croat political organisations, launched …

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Croatia to launch initiatives to refute Gotovina verdict findings

Croatia plans to launch initiatives to refute the findings of the UN war crimes court that Croatian political and military leaders participated in a joint criminal enterprise during the war in the 1990s. Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor said on Monday that the government was planning to take action to …

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British Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke visited Croatia

Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor briefed visiting British Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke on Wednesday (April 13th) about efforts to reform the judiciary. She assured him that the government is committed to fighting corruption and strengthening the rule of law. Kosor reiterated that Croatia’s aim is to wrap up its EU …

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Croatia is ready to help countries from South-Eastern Europe on their way to EU admission

Croatia is ready to help countries from South-Eastern Europe on their way to EU admission. The finalisation of Croatia-EU negotiations will reinforce the European perspective of said states, Speaker of the Croatian Parliament Luka Bebić announced in Brussels. The Croatian model in the negotiations, the accumulated experience and clear European …

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