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Republic of Croatia illegal arming of the Croat terrorists

... Croatia supported the Croatian Defence Council financially and logistically, as well as in other material assistance. The Republic of Croatia has spent a million of German marks daily on the assistance ...

Occupation of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

... the “Main headquarters for the Croatian Union of Municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina” was also Mate Boban, President of the Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia.[3] The following was concluded at ...

Greater Croatia - Joint criminal enterprise (JCE)

... 1991, in Grude, the following conclusions were adopted: 1) That “the Croatian people in BiH must ultimately undertake a decisive, proactive policy, which needs to bring to realization the centennial ...

Chronology of events 1985 to 1995

... in attacks on Pakrac. 21 Aug.  Vice president of Serbian government, Borisav Košutić, announces that internal borders of Yugoslavia are not legitimate and must be altered, especially in case of Serbia. ...

Karađorđevo and Graz meetings/negotiations

... the maps...’ “. [7] It is on this basis that the agreement for the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina was confirmed by the Serb and Croatian collaborationist leaders, Radovan Karadzic and Mate Boban respectively, ...

So-called Herzeg-Bosnia

... Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZBiH). By the latter part of 1991, more extreme elements of the HDZBiH, under the leadership of Mate Boban, Dario Kordić and others, with the support ...

Short Chronology of the Bosniak-Croat war

... Croat majority population and 17 municipalities with Bosnian Serb majority population. 18. November 1991. The extreme elements of the HDZBiH, led by Mate Boban and Dario Kordić later convicted by ICTY ...

Dispatches report: Greater Croatia

... (leader, Bosnian Croats 1991-1992), Lord Owen, Mate Boban (President, Herceg Bosna), Ivan Negovetic (Commander, Bosnian Army), Jadranko Prlić (Prime Minister, Herceg Bosna), Jasna Dulić (Mostar muslim), ...
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