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Vukovar school banned Serbian children from receiveing gifts for Christmas ?!

Vukovar Mayor Ivan Penava strongly condemned the action, while his deputy from the ranks of the Serbian national minority Srdjan Milakovic said that he should be located within the town of Vukovar and "the environment in which we live in"

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Students of elementary school "Nikola Andric" in Vukovar, who attend classes in the Serbian language, did not get Christmas presents because of the decision of the leadership of this program, reported last night  by Croatian "Vecernji.hr".

If today's Croatia is a promoter of European values, i will not share those values

According to the portal, despite the decision of the Mayor of Split Ivo Baldasar as a donor that all children should receive presents, people charge of the program in the Serbian language have decided otherwise.

- Last year, the packets distributed in schools were delivered to all children regardless of their nationality. However, program managers decided that Serbian nationality children should not get the presents, and they explained it that there are different parents who they did not contact before - said in the elementary school, and the school principal Josipa Kotromanovic was unavailable for comments, reports "Vecernji.hr".

Vukovar Mayor Ivan Penava strongly condemned the action, while his deputy from the ranks of the Serbian national minority Srdjan Milakovic said that he should be located within the town of Vukovar and "the environment in which we live in".

Elementary school "Nikola Andric" has around 230 students, 100 or more are of Serbian nationality.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

Comments

  • Tony (a Brit currently working n Berlin)

    Croatia is pathetic. They are a disgrace to Europe. Why the hell they were admitted to the EU is anyone's guess.

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