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Rome Statute   Croatia signed on 12 October 1998, and ratified on 21 May 2001, becoming the 32nd State Party.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Croatia signed the APIC on 23 September 2003 and ratified it on 17 December 2004.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement No. President Stipe Mesic, Premier Ivica Racan, Foreign Minister Tonino Picula have all openly denounced the US request.
Implementing Legislation Cooperation: A law on cooperation was approved by the Croatian Parliament on 17 October 2003, promulgated by the President of the Republic on 24 October 2003, entering into force on 12 November 2003.

Complementarity: A new criminal code was approved in spring 2004, with dispositions on command responsibility, definitions of crimes as in the Rome Statute, etc.
Membership Croatia is a member of Friends of the ICC, Like-Minded Group (no longer active), Council of Europe, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Country Updates
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
Croatia
Dec 2011
Statement made during the 10th Assembly of States Parties- Croatia
Croatia
03 Dec 2008
Statement on the Eighth Report of the Prosecutor of the ICC pursuant to Resolution 1593 (Croatia)
Croatia
01 Nov 2007
Statement by Croatia during the 62nd General Assembly plenary meeting on Agenda Item 76: The ICC