The Croatian Parliament did not approve the proposal to train Ukrainian soldiers in the country.
Parliament did not accept the proposal to train Ukrainian soldiers in Croatia as part of the European Union Military Assistance Mission (EUMAM Ukraine).
Some deputies, who rejected the proposal to train about 100 Ukrainian soldiers on the country’s territory, which sparked a long debate in the country, indicated that they believe that the decision should be taken jointly by the government and the Ukrainians. President, otherwise it would be unconstitutional.
In the parliamentary session, which required 101 votes to pass the decision, 97 deputies agreed to train Ukrainian soldiers in their country, while 10 deputies voted against.
While Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković favors Ukrainian soldiers being trained in the country, President Zoran Milanović argues that such a move would involve his country “unnecessarily” in the war.
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