Pandora’s box on who was doing what during the civil war in former Yugoslavia in the 1990s will be fully open in due time, when all the archives become available, the investigators of the Serbian Institute for Strategic Research of Defence Ministry said, commenting the master thesis of Slovenian researcher Marko Prešeren about the outbreak of hostilities and armed insurrection in Slovenia in 1991, which recently stirred the public in a former Yugoslav republic.
The first investigation of the violations of the international law during the first armed conflict in former Yugoslavia, in June 1991 in Slovenia, resulted in a “shocking discovery”, according to the Slovenian Žurnal 24. The uncovered hidden side of these events debunks the widely accepted official version, according to which the Yugoslav National Army (JNA), equated with Serbia, “attacked Slovenia” following its unilateral declaration of independence from the Yugoslav federation. Quite the opposite is true, said Slovenian researcher Marko Prešeren: it was Slovenian paramilitary forces (inconspicuously named “Territorial defense”, TO) who have attacked Yugoslav Army stationed in Slovenia, in violation of the international law and Geneva Conventions.
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Follow The USA, New Europe and Kosovo Caligula’s Horse By Andrej Grubacic and Ziga Vodovnik, Counter Punch Ancient historian Suetonius, in his The Lives of Twelve Caesars, writes about the attempt of the infamous Roman Emperor Caligula to make his favorite horse, Incitatus, (“Speedy”) a consul. American Empire had advanced this animal friendly project by […]
Follow Slovenian officials seem to think their role is to judge the world: Dimitrij Rupel (L) and Janez Jansa Slovenian Officials to Curb their Dictatorial Urges Prime Minister of Portugal sharply criticized Slovenian premier, assessing that Slovenian officials are prone to crossing the line of common decency. Prime Minister Jose Socrates reacted to the statement […]
Follow Malignant Slovenia Seeks Serbia’s Dismemberment Adviser to the Serbian Premier, Aleksandar Simic, assessed that Slovenia’s backing of severing of the Serbian province of Kosovo-Metohija reflects negatively not only on the EU, which is attempting to assert itself as an impartial mediator, but also calls for reevaluation of Serbia’s relations with this former Yugoslav republic. […]
Follow Chair of the EU’s Parliament: Kosovo Independence Would Not Lead to Stability MOSCOW, Russia, Jan. 12, 2007 — The independence of Serbian Kosovo-Metohija province would not contribute to stability in this part of Europe, Chair of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (CEPA) Rene van der Linden said in Moscow on Friday. Van der […]
Follow Strojan family children, Slovenian Gypsies, waiting in their van for the Slovenia’s government to decide weather they can stay in their house, being that their neighbors don’t want Gypsies among them. Ambrus village, former Yugoslav republic of Slovenia. Photo by Borut Peterlin Slovenia Forcibly Removes Its Undesirables A frequent Balkan news commentator and reporter […]