February 12, 2019

EU parliament president claims Croatian territory for Italy?

Martina MarkotaRebel Contributor

The President of the European Parliament has shown blatant disrespect for the borders of Croatia, appearing to claim parts of the country as Italian territory

These comments — made by Italy’s Antonio Tajani during a speech commemorating a World War II massacre — suggested that Istria and Dalmatia, which are part of Croatian territory, are in fact Italian.

He denies doing it, but his own words suggest otherwise.

It makes me wonder why Croatia seems to be heading towards adopting the Euro. Why on earth would we want to integrate further with a political system that doesn’t seem to recognize Croatia’s long struggle to be an independent and free nation?

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commented 2019-02-12 14:14:48 -0500
EU. LOL.
HR is a beautiful Catholic country; I know as I used to travel to Split, on the Adriatic on business. Karlovac and old town Zagreb are gems as well.
commented 2019-02-12 14:10:09 -0500
“Why on earth would we want to integrate further with a political system that doesn’t seem to recognize Croatia’s long struggle to be an independent and free nation?”

Good question, considering that by “joining” you are giving up all independence and freedom. What will historic borders and cultures mean when those are all put in a blender called the failed EU Super State?