Briefing to the European Commission and member states of the European Union (EU) on the progress made by the Republic of Croatia in prosecution of war crimes
This briefing is submitted by Amnesty International on the occasion of the discussion between the European Commission, the European Union Member States and the Government of the Republic of Croatia on the progress made by Croatia in fulfilling its commitments in the area of the judiciary and human rights. In particular, it provides an analysis of the latest measures undertaken by the Croatian authorities in the investigation and prosecution of war crimes and in providing the victims of wartime atrocities with access to justice and reparation as stipulated by international law.
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