Post by Dusan Milovanovic on Oct 1, 2016 10:31:50 GMT
In the territory of Croatia several convoys of the CSTO Armed Forces have been attacked by the Croatian Armed Forces. Last night CSTO convoys heading from the territory of Balkan Federation to Slovenia have been attacked by armed men wearing insignia of the Croatian Armed Forces and in standard Croat equipment and arms. Officials in Zagreb have claimed that their army is not responsible despite the evidence proving they have been equipped and armed by the Croatian Army. In total there are about one hundred dead, almost all of which are the attackers. Most of the analysts agree that this is the result of the BF who made sure the convoys are well protected. The Chairman of BF Dusan Milovanovic has already called all member states of the federation to ready their military, with the Serbian Armed forces closing the border with Croatia and not letting any more CSTO convoys leave their territory. The Chairman also stated that despite the concerns of the Council, the CSTO has decided to make a deal with Croatian government. Milovanovic stated that, even before he assumed position as the Chairman the Council has voiced their concerns over the stability of this agreenment as Croatia is not famous for their tolerance.
An emergency meeting of CSTO has been called by the Chairman of the Federation and has been set for later today. On the meeting the members of CSTO will talk about the further steps regarding the issue.
Post by Dusan Milovanovic on Oct 17, 2016 18:31:52 GMT
A few hours ago the military buildup of BF forces along the border of Serbia and Croatia has culminated in BF forces crossing the border. The Council of the Federation has decided to enter the territory of Croatia and establish order, by force if needed. In some areas the Army has met ressistance, especialy in the north-western areas around the capital, that has been dealth with swiftly. As a rule, the army fired warning shots that dispersed the crowds. In the capital there have been several vehicles set on the streets as barricades, which were not very effective: they were ran over by tanks. The Croatian armed forces were called to not interfear, and the few remaining bases were encircled and blocked. Once in the capital, the army has taken control of the government buildings. There were a few incidents, but there were no fatalities. The buildings were emptied and the Croatian officials were placed under military supervision. The Chairman has announced that he will come to the meeting in Zagreb to clarify the situation. For the next few days, martial law has been declared and the Army of the Federation have secured the communication and supply lines through the Croatian territory.