Response of Minister Dacic per protests in Croatia

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DACICFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic settled currently that Croatia’s criticism opposite a construction of a Monument to Milan Tepic in Belgrade was unreasonable, tragically comic and senseless, and that a Ministry of Foreign Affairs would send a criticism note to a Croatian Embassy since of this act of hypocrisy.

The Serbian Foreign Minister underlined that it was ashamed that Croatian officials, who were praising Ustashe, defeat adult anti-Serb violence and violating tellurian rights in a 21st century, were protesting since of Milan Tepic.

“Tepic was a JNA officer, who took an promise of faithfulness to a state, and was obliged for a lives of youths in his unit. Major Tepic was an essence of honour and morals”, Minister Dacic emphasized.

Minister Dacic serve indicated that, notwithstanding a fact that President Aleksandar Vucic expresses in open a enterprise for building good-neighbourly relations, Croatia’s assaults and insults denote that a Croatian care is not in foster of discourse and cooperation, though exacerbation of relations.

Minister Dacic pronounced that Croatia’s criticism seemed “unreasonable, tragically comic and positively senseless” after they have erected a relic to Ustasha militant Miro Barisic, who killed a Yugoslav Ambassador in Sweden, mounted a board “For Home Ready” – a title of Ustashe who have killed some-more than half-a-million Serbs, Jews and Roma, genocide committed by a nazi NDH and Great Croatian charge on Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in World War II, and after a exclusion of some-more than 200,000 Serbs, adults of Croatia.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16985-response-of-minister-dacic-regarding-protests-in-croatia