Secret Intelligence Service
Gotovina became a national icon when he was indicted in July 2001 by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, ICTY for large-scale crimes against Serb civilians during and after Operation Storm. A broad section of the Croatian public supported his cause, seeing him as a victim of unfair treatment of the young Croatian state by the international community.
A Croatian NGO asked the European Court of Human Rights to examine the Zagreb government's refusal to release information about a contract for legal representation for generals Mladen Markac and Ante Gotovina at their Hague Tribunal appeal.
The Service Control Commission will listen to the specialists, NOVA TV reports.
The Gebrev case enters parliament. In a closed session, MPs from the Service Control Commission will hear the heads of the special and prosecution on the case with the poisoning of businessman Emilian Gebrev.
All versions of Gebrev poisoning are working.
The Russian double agent was poisoned in March in the English town of Salisbury, along with his daughter. They were found unconscious next to a park bench. After carrying out tests, it was found that they were poisoned by a nerve agent known as "Novichok" which the UK claims, is produced only in Russia.
President Vladimir Putin said on Sept. 12 that Russia knew the real identity of two men accused by British prosecutors of trying to murder former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Britain.