In Gornji Viduševac near Glina, the 24th anniversary of the surrender of the so called Krajina Army's Kordun Corps was marked today.
The agreement on the only official surrender of Serb forces to the Croatian Army during the Homeland War was signed by General Petar Stipetić and Serbian army Colonel Čedomir Bulat. The surrender also marked the formal end to combat activities in Homeland War.
“This is where what we can call the biggest event took place in the history of the Homeland War, the surrender of the 21st enemy Kordun Corps to the Croatian Army and Police,” said Sisak-Moslavina County Prefect Ivo Žinić.
“This place demonstrated a superiority of the Croatian Army that came of age in the Homeland War. When you tell a soldier that an enemy corps is surrendering to you, this proves the superiority of the Croatian soldier and the Croatian Army during the Storm liberation operation,” said The president of the Association of Croatian Guards Unit Veterans Krešimir Maretić.
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