Соответствующая норма
Croatia
Practice Relating to Rule 158. Prosecution of War Crimes
Croatia’s Criminal Code (1997), in a chapter entitled “Criminal offences against values protected by international law”, provides for a list of punishable acts committed by “whoever” and some of them “during war, armed conflict or occupation”, such as: “war crimes against the civilian population” (Article 158); “war crimes against the wounded and sick” (Article 159); “war crimes against prisoners of war” (Article 160); “unlawful killing and wounding of the enemy” (Article 161); “unlawful taking of the belongings of those killed or wounded on the battlefield” (Article 162); “forbidden means of combat” (Article 163); “injury of an intermediary” (Article 164); “brutal treatment of the wounded, sick and prisoners of war” (Article 165); “unjustified delay in the repatriation of prisoners of war” (Article 166); “destruction of cultural objects or of facilities containing cultural objects” (Article 167); and “misuse of international symbols” (Article 168). 
Croatia, Criminal Code, 1997, Articles 158–168.