SDP official: Croatia shouldn’t withdraw from NATO missions, but consider where troops are deployed

ZAGREB, July 26 – The Social Democratic Party’s (SDP) secretary for international relations, Domagoj Hajdokovic, said that due to obligations Croatia had taken on it should not to withdraw its troops from NATO missions, particularly not all of them, but that it needs to consider how many troops it is deploying and where.

He underscored that when Croatia joined NATO it took on certain obligations and that decisions have been adopted by the parliament based on which Croatian soldiers participate in various peace operations with allies.

He believes that it is necessary to examine the number troops being deployed to missions, emphasizing that there was a difference between deploying troops to Latvia or to Afghanistan.

(Source: Hina)

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