Croatia: No-Serbian Cyrillic On Public Buildings Gains Meritorious Momentum

The Croatian parliament had July 15 decided to hand the sensitive matter of whether or not to hold a referendum against the use of the Serbian Cyrillic alphabet on state offices in the city of Vukovar to the Constitutional Court. Referendum supporters say that Cyrillic symbolically represents the utter terror and the horror inflicted upon […]

Croatia: Greater Serbia Agenda Gets Personal Again – A Diplomatic Offensive

It must never be forgotten that Serbia and Serbs who participated in the aggression, mass murder, ethnic cleansing, rape, wanton destruction… against Croatia in the early 1990’s have come to justify and excuse these war crimes with what their politicians called “fear that Croats, once Croatia secedes from communist Yugoslavia, would kill Serbs in Croatia […]

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