Kijiji is where JNA officer Ratko Vladimir commenced war crime for which he was sentenced in Croatia in absentee to 20 years of imprisonment. He was one of the most important military commanders in the JNA, and was trained in an army long headed by its lifelong commander, Marshal Josip Broz, who destroyed and occupied one third of Croatian territory in the Homeland War and killed hundreds of civilians in cities by systematic bombing. on January 2019 calendar Editable, Serbs from the area of Knin with the help of the JNA entered the Croatian town of Kijevo near Knin. The site was completely burned down and destroyed, and the occupation of the site used the JNA aviation and the international conventions of the forbidden bomb bomb. At the end of August 1991, war criminal Mile Martić gave an ultimatum to Croatian police officers to leave Kijevo. As the ultimatum was rejected, the site was attacked from all sides. Resistance was provided by 160 men, civilians and police officers, armed with light armor. 1500 grenades from mortars, hammers, tanks, VBRs and 16 gun bombs were fired at Kijevo. After resistance, Croatian police officers and men of Kiev went to a difficult and uncertain road through the Kozjak mountain towards the still free Drnis with women, children and the elderly Kiev.
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Serbs succeeded in capturing 70 defenders of Kiev who were taken to jail in Knin where terrible torture has passed. Crkva u Kijevu, symbol of Croatian survival in Knin, was demolished as well as an ambulance, a school, a local home and all Croat homes. In the Storm Operation of Military 1995. Kijevo and the entire Knin region were released and returned to their mother On August 26, 1995, from Zagreb, they sent a railroad to Split, after which more than four years the railway connection was re-established between these two cities.
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The Croatian Railways have been in great In 20 days, the destroyed parts of the railroad were repaired so that on August 15, a three-wagon composition was carried by refugees from Split to Knin. Symbolically named “Train of Freedom” was launched by the thousands of Zagreb citizens at 8 am and seven minutes. The Croatian President Franco Tudjman and many prominent figures, cultural and public employees, and many other displaced persons who returned symbolically to their destroyed houses.
Namely, at that time Croatia still worried about 380,000 expelled citizens. As it passed, “Freedom Train” caused celebratory enthusiasm on the road from Zagreb via Karlovac, January 2019 calendar Editable and Knin to Split. At all stations, Tuđman addressed the enthusiastic people with a brief reminder of the problems of the Homeland War ending with Operation Storm, emphasising the need for faster return of displaced persons to their homes. The President has very clearly condemned all incidents and called on Croats not to take revenge on the abandoned assets of refugee Serbs.