First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic assessed that Croatian President Grabar Kitarovic dealt another complicated blow to Serbia.
“The President of Croatia told another plain distortion by claiming that there was no Ustasha beliefs or fascism in Croatia. How else can one validate – though as Ustashi and nazi behavior, a fixation of a board with a Ustashi title “For home ready”, during Jasenovac, a site of large executions of Serbs, Jews and Roma? It is nothing other than Ustashi and nazi function when streets in many Croatian towns are named after Mile Budak, Pavelic’s Cabinet Minister, famous for a doctrine suggesting that a Serb emanate be resolved in such a approach that a third of them be killed, a third converted to Catholicism, while a third should be expelled?
Moreover, what summary is sent by a reconstruction of Stepinac, a Ustashi army vicar who headed a elect on Catholic acclimatisation of Serbs? What about a relic to Ustashi militant Barisic, who killed Ambassador Rolovic? The Croatian President speaks of Seselj, in rebuttal of a fact that Croatian authorities are directly concerned in such wrongdoings.
Nothing like this can occur in any of a EU countries. Have we ever listened or seen any place in Germany or Austria, anyone regulating a Nazi title or a German travel being named after Goering or Himmler? Therefore, how can anyone repudiate a participation of Ustashi function or fascism in Croatia?
The Croatian President wonders who Serbia is fortifying itself from when purchasing troops aircraft, though seeking herself who Croatia intends to conflict with a new arrivals of rising pads. we remember that a Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi-allied Ustashi polity, had assigned a partial of Serbia, stretching out to Zemun, Sabac and Novi Sad, including all of Bosnia and Herzegovina.”
Dacic serve underlined that he concluded with a Croatian President on one indicate – that it was required to spin to a future. For this reason, issues from a past should be dealt with by discourse and addressed with ease while seeking common interests.
“Serbia is prepared for that, though it is not prepared to be angry and humiliated.”