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Croatian President: Mothers of Srebrenica is a political organization

The President of the Republic of Croatia, Zoran Milanović, was in Sisak-Moslavina county today. In Kostrići, near the Golubica monument, he took part in the commemoration of the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Homeland War of the region of the municipality of Majur.

On this occasion, he commented on the possible training of Ukrainian soldiers in Croatia, as well as his statements on the Srebrenica genocide.

Namely, President Milanović opposes it, and Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman announced yesterday from Brussels that Croatia would not remain the only EU country not to participate in aid to the Ukraine.

“Ordinary Village Thugs”

“Ask the prime minister, ministers are not important here. The ministers do not decide anything. No, I won’t consent, I said I won’t. He went up without my prior consent and there must be order in this country.

And to conclude this story on the departure of Plenković’s ministers to Brussels without the prior agreement of the Commander-in-Chief, it will not go there. That’s it. We are dealing with ordinary village thugs who bring us to the finished act,” Milanović said.

Asked by a journalist about the kind of image he sends back to us, he replied: “Disastrous”.

“Grlić Radman, who is nothing and nobody, Plenković is important here, he left, pushed himself to the front row like a stupid little nerd and raised his fingers: “We will be the first, we will be the first” “, said Milanović. .

He also said that the vast majority of Croatian citizens are against the formation.

“The mothers of Srebrenica are a political organization”

To the statement that his statements about Srebrenica insulted Bosniaks, Milanović replied that he did not believe that they insulted anyone thinking, but that the statements of Bosnian militarist politicians insulted Croats. He also claimed that the Mothers of Srebrenica, which condemned his statements in an open letter, is a political organization.

“My whole political history shows that I am not Islamophobic and that I have no negative attitude towards Bosnians and Serbs. Rather the opposite! After Kordun, they called me the mother of the Serbian people. It sounds comical, but that’s the way it is,” said Milanović.

He also said that Croatia saved Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Croatian army saved Bihać, and that Croatian soldiers died to suppress Republika Srpska soldiers, which the Bosnia and Herzegovina army could not not do it alone.