Response to the views of the Association od veterans of wars 1990

We believe that a reaction of the Association of Veterans of the Wars of 1990 against our initiative to use the Treaty on Extradition between Montenegro and Croatia, to allow the extradition of its own nationals responsible for war crimes, alongside of accused of organized crime and corruption, is constructive. It encourages further discussion on this important topic, which the state officials, unfortunately, decided to keep quiet about.

Response to the views of the Association od veterans of wars 1990 – (pdf)

On the announcement of the agreement between Croatia and Montenegro on extradition of own citizens which excludes war crimes

Joint press release of Montenegrin and Croatian human rights organisations: Anima, Human Rights Action, Centre for Civic Education, Montenegro Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Documenta – Centre for Dealing with the past, Civic Committee for human Rights Zagreb, Centre for Peace and Non-violence Osijek…

On the announcement of the agreement between Croatia and Montenegro on extradition of own citizens which excludes war crimes – (pdf)

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