Croatian Foreign Minister Urges Prosecutors to Process Crimes against Croats | Beta Briefing

Croatian Foreign Minister Urges Prosecutors to Process Crimes against Croats

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News / Region | 16.08.21 | access_time 09:14

Gordan Grlic Radman(BETAPHOTO/HINA/Lana SLIVAR DOMINIC/MO)

Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said on Aug. 14 that his country would not allow Croatia's Homeland War and military liberation operation Flash to be criminalized, urging the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina to process the many crimes committed against Croats in Bosnia, which had gone unpunished.

"We will not allow anyone's politically motivated attempts to incriminate Croatia's military liberation operations and the country's top-ranking military and police commanders," the minister was quoted as saying by the Hina agency.

During a visit to Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Grlic-Radman expressed concern with the failure of Bosnian prosecutors to process the many war crimes committed against local Croats by the Army of Republika Srpska and the Bosniac Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Croatian minister, who visited Kresevo as Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic's envoy, opened the Museum of the Franciscan Monastery St. Catherine together with the president of the Croatian National Assembly, Dragan Covic.

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