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THIS IS THE PICTURE OF CROATIA: New photo of Tompson and Minister of Defenders on the cover of weekly magazine has caused numerous comments (PHOTO)

The photo was created at the Tompson concert in Slunj, while Nacional writes that Medved spoke during the photo shoot: "Watch this picture! Watch this! This is the picture of Croatia"

Minister of Defenders Tomo Medved with the Croatian singer-song writer Marko Perkovic Tompson, who is glorifying Ustasha movement, on the cover of the latest issue of the weekly newspapers Nacional

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The photo was created at the Tompson concert in Slunj, while Nacional writes that Medved spoke during the photo shoot: "Watch this picture! Watch this! This is the picture of Croatia".

His associate continued on that: "There is no price for this! This is unique!"

Minister Medved, who didn't want to comment on Ustasha symbols on the concert, which he watched from the front rows, said that Minister of Administration was with him as well. 

- As a legalist, I ask the question: What is prohibited? Normally, the police are regulating what is prohibited, and I don't want to go into it at all if it is a matter for the police - he said.

Portal Index.hr writes that during the speech, which was held by Medved, mayor of Slunj Jure Katic and county mayor Jelic before the concert, chanted "Ready for Homeland", and Tompson while performing "Cavoglave" shouted "Ready" and the audience responded with "for Homeland". 

Foto: Nacional

It is recalled that, while Katic said that "the independent Republic of Croatia was not created on some anti-fascism", chanting "Ready for Homeland" could be heard from the audience and singing of the songs celebrating Ustasha criminals Jura Francetic and Rafael Boban.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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