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American government refers to Croatia in 1,686 leaked documents

30. November 2010. | 06:35

Source: Croatian Times

A total of 1,686 documents in which American diplomats exchange information about Croatia, have been published on WikiLeaks.

A total of 1,686 documents in which American diplomats exchange information about Croatia, have been published on WikiLeaks, a non-profit media organization that has made some 25,000 American government records available to the public.

Although the content of the Croatia-related leaks has not yet been confirmed, the largest number of records pertains to the period between 2006 and 2009 when the country was in the final stages of NATO negotiations.

Another large part of the records refers to the time of the presidential elections and its aftermath, from December of 2009 and at the beginning of this year.

While the majority of the published records are either classified or unclassified, 24 of the documents have been marked as top secret. Their contents are not yet known, the daily Jutarnji List writes.


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