Two Bosnian soldiers and a U.N. soldier (R) carry away a wounded Bosnian woman after her arrival in tuzla escort

Vasiljkovic – an Australian citizen, former army reservist and ally of Yugoslav dictator Slobodan Milosevic – joined the fighting that would later become a genocide in the self-declared Serbian republic of Krajina

Vasiljkovic has denied allegations he led troops from the so-called Red Beret brigade, who tortured and killed prisoners of war and that he broke Geneva Conventions in a 1993 battle near Benkovac, in the south of Croatia

Mark Aarons, an author who specialises in studying Australia’s history with harbouring war criminals, told The Australian the expedition is a ‚victory for justice‘.

He has persistently denied allegations he led troops from the so-called Red Beret brigade, who tortured and killed prisoners of war and that he broke Geneva Conventions in a 1993 battle near Benkovac, in the south of Croatia.

Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Daniel Sneddon, will be extradited from Australia to Croatia to face war crimes charges stemming from his actions in the Balkans War in the 1990s

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