Kolinda's most controversial move: She appointed the spy who protected war criminals for a new security advisor? (PHOTO)
According to the National, Galic participated in concealing, securing false identities and financing war criminals in Operation Hague in order to deceive the Hague Prosecution
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic promoted the new adviser for defense and national security, Vlado Galic, and the National writes that he is a spy who obstructed the work of Hague prosecution.
According to the National, Galic participated in concealing, securing false identities and financing war criminals in Operation Hague with the aim of deceiving the Hague prosecution.
The Zagreb weekly estimates that the Croatian president has probably made the most controversial move in her presidential mandate with the election of Galic.
Vlado Galic started working officially last week as her adviser for defense and national security.
- The media wrote about his appointment, Jutarnji and Vecernji List announced him as a serious candidate for taking over this function, they shortly presented his professional biography, quite benevolently and briefly warned of a serious scandal in which he participated, but the darkest part of his spy engagement of the second half of the nineties remained unknown - said National in the latest issue.
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