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Croatian president Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic negated the fault of the state top in Zagreb which was lead by Franjo Tudjman for war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was proved by the verdict in the Hague Tribunal, in the case "Prlic and others". On that occasion, Telegraf asked European Commission for comment, does it suits the Highest leadership of the country of EU to challenge the verdict of the International War Crimes Tribunal.
The alleged defense of Croatia from the great Serbian aggression whose inspirer was Slobodan Milosevic, according to her, was practically the light motive for her speech to the public.
- Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina were attacked by Serbia and Yugoslav national army, which was positioned for open combat to accomplish the project "Great Serbia. Croatia didn't attack anyone - said Kitarovic in her speech, after the yesterday's verdict of the Hague Tribunal that the Croatia was the aggressor on Bosnia and Herzegovina and that they participated in the joint crime act.
We asked the spokeswoman of the European Commission about the statement, Maja Kocijancic, what is the attitude of the EC regarding the negative criticism of the Croatian state leadership regarding the judgment of the Hague Tribunal in the Prlic and Others case, or is it appropriate that the top leadership of an EU state disagrees with the verdict of the International Court.
As Kocijancic replied to us, the Verdict in the Prlic and Others case before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) by the Appeals Chamber leads to the closure of a case that began in 2004 concerning tragic events.
- The adoption of justice and the fight against impunity are fundamental principles. Our sympathies are with those who have survived and those who have lost their loved ones. Until we comment on individual verdicts, we fully respect the decisions of the ICTY and support its work. We strongly reiterate the need for full co-operation with the Hague Tribunal, as well as its successor, the International Mechanism - the EC spokeswoman said.
She states that the European Union believes that all countries in the region are determined and dedicated to working on reconciliation, regional cooperation, and good neighborly relations.
- We expect all political leaders in the region to respect the victims by promoting and respecting these obligations - concluded Kocijancic.
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