Ante Gotovina

thumbnailSupport for EU path increases in Serbia
2013-08-09The start of negotiations with the EU has had a positive impact on Serbian citizens' opinions.
thumbnailNikolic's Croatia visit will help repair relations, analysts say
2013-07-12Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic's recent visit to Croatia is expected to help improve relations between the two countries and regional stability.
thumbnailNikolic says he is committed to good relations
2013-01-17Regional collaboration, resolving the Kosovo situation and moving forward on EU path are the top priorities for the Serbian president.
thumbnailSerbian group shuns nationalism for reconciliation
2012-12-14As nationalism rises in Serbia, a group of activists remember those slain with a message of empathy and co-operation.
thumbnailEU membership may improve Croatia-Serbia relations
2012-12-10Relations between the two countries cooled after the Hague tribunal's acquittal of Croatian General Ante Gotovina, who was indicted for war crimes against Serbs in 1995.
thumbnailHaradinaj verdict could mean government reshuffle in Kosovo
2012-11-30The Kosovo government could gain a parliamentary majority if Ramush Haradinaj's AAK party joins the ruling coalition.
thumbnailRegion mulls impact of Gotovina acquittal
2012-11-20The surprise acquittal of two former Croatian generals in The Hague raises questions on the potential impact on other trials.
thumbnailCroatia celebrates war crimes verdict; Serbia stunned
2012-11-16Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac were convicted in 2010 for their roles in the 1995 Operation Storm.
thumbnailNew attempts to criminalise extremism in the Balkans
2012-05-07Recent efforts to ban the activities of ultranationalist groups in Serbia and Croatia have drawn both scepticism and praise.
thumbnailSerbia, Croatia relations hit by Storm
2011-08-23Relations between Serbia and Croatia have cooled somewhat due to a remark by the Croatian prime minister.
thumbnailDespite Hazdic arrest, Serbia could still face EU hurdles
2011-07-21Serbia has finalised co-operation with the international court, but some analysts believe this won't be the end.
Hungary says Croatia can complete EU accession talks by end of June
2011-05-23BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, predicted on Sunday (May 22nd) that Croatia cou...
Asselborn says Serbia's EU candidate status not contingent on arrests
2011-05-18BELGRADE, Serbia -- Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said on Tuesday (May 17th) that Serbia can obtain EU candidate status without arrestin...
Lawyers representing Gotovina, Markac file motions
2011-05-18THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- Lawyers representing Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac said on Tuesday (May 17th) they have filed motio...
Croatia to continue co-operation with ICTY, Kosor says
2011-05-05ZAGREB, Croatia -- Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor vowed on Wednesday (May 4th) continued co-operation with The Hague war crimes tribunal. She met in Z...
UN tribunal's Brammertz to visit Croatia amid protests
2011-05-04ZAGREB, Croatia -- UN war crimes tribunal chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz kicks off a visit to Zagreb on Wednesday (May 4th) to discuss Croatia's co...
Croats in New York protest Gotovina, Markac's sentences
2011-04-28NEW YORK, United States -- More than 500 Croats gathered on Wednesday (April 27th) in front of UN headquarters in New York to protest the war crimes...
Croatia's Gotovina says postpone initiative naming him honourary citizen
2011-04-27ZAGREB, Croatia -- General Ante Gotovina has asked to postpone an initiative in the city of Split to declare him an honourary citizen and to name a s...
thumbnailWas the Gotovina verdict fair?
2011-04-22Emotions are running high in Croatia after the ICTY issues its verdicts.
Croatian General Ivan Cermak admitted to hospital
2011-04-18ZAGREB, Croatia -- General Ivan Cermak, who was just acquitted of war crimes charges by The Hague war crimes tribunal, was admitted to hospital late...
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