Ustasha graffiti sprayed on Croatian retail stores in south

Several stores from the IDEA retail chain in the town of Nis in southern Serbia have been sprayed with offensive graffiti "directed at the owners."

Source: B92, RTS

The message, "Ustasha, get out of Serbia" has been painted across the entrance to the stores, RTS is reporting.

The Ustasha regime was in power in the Nazi-allied Independent State of Croatia (NDH).

The Nis police have investigated the scene, the state broadcaster RTS said in its report, adding the police confirmed a criminal complaint will be filed against unknown perpetrators.

The police are also working with the Basic Public Prosecution in Nis to find those who wrote the messages.


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