Croatia: A Conversation with President Ivo Josipovic

Originally posted on Croatia Business Report:
By CBR Editor Brian Gallagher The President of Croatia, Ivo Josipovic is in the UK for a three day visit. He  has met with the Queen, David Cameron (pictured above) and the Minister for Europe David Lidington as well as others. On his first day he met with a…

nterview with Tomislav Kuzmanovic, co-counsel for General Mladen Markac Part 2

Originally posted on Croatia Business Report:
Published in Hrvatsk Vjesnik (Australia) No.1442  27 February 2012 Questions by Brian Gallagher  Part 1 can be seen here Del Ponte has apparently told the Serbian newspaper ‘Blic’ that neither the Serbian government nor its people should accept it. How do you respond to her behaviour? I think she…

Immigration bugbear in Great Britain

Following the real panic that’s been spreading across Great Britain regarding the reportedly anticipated rush, at the end of this year, of unemployed Romanians and Bulgarians into Britain and the momentum stretching across Croatia that sees a seemingly increasing number of young people searching for jobs abroad, tportal.hr has published an interview with British journalist, […]

Originally posted on Croatia Business Report:
By Brian Gallagher It might be thought that Denis MacShane, the former Minister for Europe under Labour, would be keeping a low profile. After all, he is a disgraced ex-MP, having been caught fiddling his expenses on a rather large scale. However, he turned up in the audience at…

https://inavukic.com/2013/02/16/3818/

The Gotovina Appeal: What will happen on 16 November?

Originally posted on Croatia Business Report:
Hrvatski Vjesnik (Australia) 14 November The Gotovina Appeal: What will happen on 16 November? By Brian Gallagher 16 November sees the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) appeal result of Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac.  Whatever the result, it will be  a major day in…

Joint injustice against Croatia so far – Joint justice from now on

Video now with subtitles in the English language! Joint Injustice (Udruzena Nepravda) – a documentary film Produced by Vecernji List newspaper, Croatia Author and Director: Jadranka Juresko-Kero, August 2012 All participants in this documentary film are independent professionals who have no association whatsoever with the ICTY in the Hague, with its Prosecutor or with the […]

Spies for Tito and murderous Communist Yugoslavia infiltrated the BBC

According to Jack Grimston of the Sunday Times (25 March), and The Australian, newly released secret files in Slovenia (a former Yugoslav state) revealed that BBC World Service was infiltrated by a ring of informants run by the secret police of Communist Yugoslavia (UDBA). The spies had the task of briefing Yugoslav Marshall Tito and […]

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