Croatiabusinessreport: “Today see the 17th anniversary of Croatia’s Operation Storm, which liberated much of occupied Croatian territory, saved Bosnia-Herzegovina and ended the war. It stopped the full implementation of the plans of Milosevic, Karadzic and Mladic.”

Croatia Business Report

Today see the 17th anniversary of Croatia’s Operation Storm, which liberated much of occupied Croatian territory, saved Bosnia-Herzegovina and ended the war. It stopped the full implementation of the plans of Milosevic, Karadzic and Mladic.

However, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia last year found that Operation Storm was a Joint Criminal Enterprise and convicted General Ante Gotovina and General Mladen Markac for it. Not surprisingly, this has caused outrage in Croatia –  and outside of it too.

Today, the major Croatian newspaper Vecernji List release with today’s edition DVD documentary, ‘Udruzena Nepravda,’ ‘Joint Injustice’.   The documentary features a number of talking heads and is largely in English with Croatian subtitles. It has a strong international flavour, and features commentators such as Robin Harris (former adviser to Margaret Thatcher), actor Goran Visnjic, Ina Vukic  and Mishka Gora. It also features CBR editor

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