Print version. OHR spokesperson Vedran Persic declined to comment on possible sanctions. Persic and Mark Hope, SFOR spokesperson, were not willing to answer the question of "whether the arrest of only Radovan Karadzic is of key importance for BiH's accession to the Partnership for Peace programme, or if it is the arrest of someone else too". They both said that "that will be NATO's decision".
Bajrambasic said that the ICRC works on the principle of confidence and an arrangement with the prison authorities, to which reports compiled after every visit to prisoners are submitted. We are supposed to inform only the families of the persons that we visit," says Bajrambasic and adds that details of the visit to Bjelica may be passed on to SFOR only. She emphasizes that this principle is applied in all cases, not only in the case of Milovan Bjelica.
And because of such an approach, the ICRC has been allowed to visit around half a million prisoners worldwide. If we were to breach this rule, we would lose our credibility and the opportunity to have the role of a neutral humanitarian organization," said Sanela Bajrambasic. Col Payne referred Bjelica's lawyer to his letter of 31 May in which the way of making contact with Bjelica was explained in detail.
In that letter, Col Payne also explained that the term "visit" did not necessarily mean "a face to face meeting". Actually, Payne defined the word "visit" in his own way, saying that "fruitful communication with a client" can be achieved "in written form". For the umpteenth time, I must say that this is in contravention of the European Convention on Human Rights and the position of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which say that direct contact between a lawyer and his client must be unconditionally provided," said Veljko Civsa, and added that he had been invited to meet with Col Gary Payne at The only way she can make contact with her husband is through occasional telephone calls.
As for the number and names of candidates who are currently being vetted, Hope said that this information is available in the BiH Ministry of Defence. Jon Thurlow in Tuzla on Tuesday. He said that these persons were arrested on suspicion that they were conducting activities that pose a threat to the safe environment and are contrary to the Dayton Agreement.
The agreement stipulates the establishment of co-operation in the domain of military training between the two countries. Sincethanks to Turkish financial support approximately 3, VF officers have undergone military training so far.
We should have learned a lesson by now," he said. He denied allegations that he had nominated Croat officers who had been involved in Croat self-rule for posts in the BiH Armed Forces.
If they had been involved in Croat self-rule, he would have taken actions against them," he added.
He advocates the formation of a BiH army with three components but without parallelisms. Terzic said that the talks would focus on the defence reform in BiH and BiH's admission to Euro-Atlantic organisations. Radovanovic said that Great Britain could help demobilised soldiers through various retraining and education programmes. They agreed that Great Britain could help BiH in various domains, especially through the formation of a centre for peace operations.
According to available information, Mehanovic, who is originally from Serbia and Montenegro but has BiH citizenship, is currently on the run in Italy.
It has been established that Mehanovic is a close associate of Ferid Okic, the first suspect in the above case, who was arrested in Sarajevo on 25 May. State Prosecutor Bozo Mihajlovic said that the BiH Prosecutor's Office had put another two persons from Kosovo, who will remain unidentified for now, on the Interpol wanted list.
These two persons are members of this criminal organization. Photo on p. They are currently in Croatia and should be included in the second and more extensive indictment connected to Hercegovacka Banka case.
McNair has asked BiH Justice Minister Slobodan Kovac to push for the drawing up of a joint document entitled "the agreement on extradition of citizens of the two countries". Ivic Pasalic sent the following political message that attracted great attention from the public, and also from political and international circles in BiH: "BiH is the only country in the world in which one man can deny its citizens their fundamental human rights by a simple decision.
Owing to the Croat political elite failing to react to several years' of oppression and deprivation of the rights of the Croat people in this country, today the Croats in BiH have fewer rights than a national minority". Pasalic stressed that the strength of the Croat Bloc was the fact that people who can't be blackmailed by either Hague proceedings or made-up wartime events are leading it.
He underlined that the Bloc in Croatia would not have any control or supervision over the BiH Bloc, but will only provide moral and political support.He attended high school in Zagreb and in he entered Faculty of Medicine at the University of Zagreb. He graduated in and gained master's degree at the Faculy of Medicine at the University of Mostarwhere he specialised internal medicine. He started to work as a doctor in Lepoglava where he worked for two years, after which he was employed at the Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases and TB in Klenovnik where he worked as a director as well.
In he became a director of the Prison Hospital in Zagreb. During the time he was president of the Executive Committee of the HDZ and member of the party's presidency. They allegedly entered into a series of secret partnerships which resulted in the formation a company called "Grupo" inwhich was influential in the early operation of Nova TVfounded in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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In June Croatia declared its independence; soon after the aggressive war against Croatia broke out. The struggle of the Croatian people for self-determination was a just one. But I fear genuine justice has not been served as there have been, and there still exist, international covert and overt moves to equate victims with aggressors continue in attempts to change history. Truth often becomes obscured and lost and that is why I have chosen to write this blog, to concentrate on actual events and issues about Croatia — wishing it a bright and freedom-loving future.
The second front was the war of political propaganda centred on: misinformation about the rights of minorities in Croatia; portrayal of the Croatian people as Ustasha or Fascists; the representation of the Croatian defence forces as illegal paramilitary units; the representation of the Croatian and Slovenian republics as unreasonable secessionists who are unwilling to negotiate; a regurgitation of distorted facts about World War II.
Indeed Croatia had an absolute right to defend itself and this is often forgotten if not often denied it. Ina has been a tireless volunteer on humanitarian aid and fundraising for victims of war in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially war orphans.
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Autor: Zvonimir Hodak Nedjelja, Autor:Zvonimir Hodak Nedjelja, Znakovito da nitko od ljevi?Nacional reveals how the mysterious money paid in and into the company Adriadrvo, which is run by Ivic Pasalic was transformed into equity last year. After extensive research in Austria, Nacional has learned that the company Adriadrvo, in which Pasalic is nominally the director, recently received an injection of over 20 million in equity, of suspicious origin.
Though he was only presidential advisor for internal policy, in the s, Pasalic was one of the most powerful Croatian politicians, who knew exactly how to use his influence and power. Until his entry into politics, Pasalic lived a humble life.
Ksenija i Ivić Pašalić okrenuli novu životnu stranicu: Mila i Mili u akciji
However, his financial troubles ended soon after he entered politics: soon after he moved into a luxurious 3-bedroom apartment in an elite Zagreb neighbourhood and his wife left her job as a teacher and became an advisor in the Foreign Ministry. Since when the legal obligation was implemented to publicly list all assets held by politicians, Pasalic has invested great efforts to cover just how greatly he profited as presidential advisor.
Many times he has doctored the information on his Assets card, deceiving both his party colleagues and the public, try to give the impression he leads a humble life. This illusion, with minor deviations, he maintained for a full five years. However, due to the loss of his reputation, he experiences a true debacle in the last parliamentary and local elections.
Pasalic, though, was recently resurrected as a successful businessman, nominally as a partner for mysterious foreign investors who had invested tens of millions of euro into the company he controls.
Pasalic recently presented himself to the public as a potent construction investor, who planned to use loans to build flats to house people in Odra, a Zagreb suburb.
However, this is only one part of his business activities. With the help of Austrian business circles, Nacional has succeeded in reconstructing how Pasalic actually began to take control over lucrative business in the wood industry, which he helped to create using his political influences during the Tudjman years.
Formally through the company Adriadrvo, he has already taken over control of the company Zagrebdrvo, which at the pinnacle of his political career was generously financed by Privredna Bank Zagreb PBZwithout any business logic to do so, and later those claims were written off.
Pasalic is nominally director of Adriadrvo, and his ownership his likely covered up by representatives from Vaduz in Liechtenstein. The documents Nacional published six years ago show that PBZ gave several loans to the failed investments of Zdravko Pasalic — first for the construction of a large Zagrebdrvo factory in the Vrbovec settlement of Gradec, and later for the finishing and purchase of raw materials, and later to return the debt to the bank.
Another 6 million DEM in loans were approved to his late father Ante. Both men were incapable of returning such amounts, and the collateral offered was the symbolic value of the Pasalic family home in Sesvete. Due to such decisions, PBZ found itself in serious trouble in the s, and required rehabilitation using taxpayer money. After this information was published in springPasalic gave a jumbled response and changed his explanation — first he said that he had nothing to do with the business affairs of his brother and father, and several days later, he denied that any of his family members had ever received a loan from PBZ.
In the end, he was never held accountable. The bankers removed all traces of the unsettled claims, the citizens rehabilitated the bank which was later sold to the Italians.
Doktor Ivić Pašalić uskoro će biti magistar ekonomije
Proof that this was likely true came in summerwhen Zagrebdrvo changed owners.He attended high school in Zagreb and in he entered Faculty of Medicine at the University of Zagreb. He graduated in and gained master's degree at the Faculy of Medicine at the University of Mostarwhere he specialised internal medicine. He started to work as a doctor in Lepoglava where he worked for two years, after which he was employed at the Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases and TB in Klenovnik where he worked as a director as well.
In he became a director of the Prison Hospital in Zagreb. During the time he was president of the Executive Committee of the HDZ and member of the party's presidency.
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