Forgotten genocide

The Court of Human Rights in the Hague has rejected the mutual accusations of genocide between Serbia and Croatia.

In the end, neither Croatia nor Serbia will end up being accountable for the crime of ‘genocide’ regarding the atrocities committed during the Balkan War of the 1990s. This was the judgment issued on 3 February by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the main judicial organ of the United Nations.

As such, it was the final word on a trial that first began in 1999 when Croatia first accused Serbia of committing genocide, only to be later charged with the same crime by Belgrade in 2010. The ICJ, which is presided over by Slovak diplomat and judge Peter Tomka, rejected Croatia’s claim and Serbia’s counter-claim in a binding decision that is “without appeal”.

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