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ARTMAN CLAIMS 04. 03. 2014.   >>  17:31 0

ARTMAN CLAIMS

There was no genocide in Croatia

The Hague court will dismiss the lawsuit for genocide of Croatia and Serbia, because such crime was not committed on the territory of Croatia, said former Hague Tribunal spokeswoman, Florence Hartmann. She said that the European Union has encouraged both Croatia and Serbia "behind closed doors" to withdraw from the lawsuit, and that the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war was different because in that country "the genocide against one of the constituent peoples, the Bosniaks, was committed".

Hartmann said that crimes against humanity were committed in Croatia, but not genocide.

"Despite years of negotiations, there was no agreement on the withdrawal of the charges, because historical issues about the war have not been resolved. Neither as a state nor as a society, apart from one segment of civil society, Serbia did not want to begin a serious process of dealing with the past and thereby explicitly distances himself from the darkest pages written during the Milosevic’s regime", Hartmann said in an interview to daily ‘’Danas’’.

She believes that the political leadership of both countries can use the judicial process as an excuse for further mutual polarization or, conversely, as a unique opportunity of convergence, no matter how painful.

"So much time is wasted. It's time to sober up. When it was not done before, let it happen in the Peace Palace in The Hague", said the former spokeswoman of Carla Del Ponte.

She said that the International Court of Justice or any other court room is not the place to deal with historical issues.

"But it's a place to establish some facts and the responsibility of states, as opposed to criminal court where individual responsibility is determined. The Palestinians turned to the same court to legally establish the illegality of the Israeli wall", explained Hartman.

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