And claimed the Croatian MP Marijan Pavlicek that the Croats who hold dual citizenship with Serbia were invited to mobilize because of a possible conflict with Kosovo.
Speaking in the Croatian parliament, Pavlicek said that Croatian policemen were among those called up for duty.
“According to the information we have received, at least 15 police officers have been called into service so far due to a possible conflict with Kosovo,” Pavlicek said. He said.
Noting that a policeman responded to the call and contacted the Serbian Army, Pavlicek said, “The said police officer was informed of what to do in the event of a mobilization being announced. He was subsequently dismissed, but no information about this was shared publicly.” He said.
Pavlicek said that Croatian Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic and Foreign Minister Gordan Grelic Radman should make a statement on the issue.
Source: Balkan News
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