Russian Writer Eduard Limonov, who fired from Firearms on Sarajevo, died at the Age of 77


Eduard Limonov, a Russian writer, leader of the opposition Second Russia movement, and a devotee of the politics of Radovan Karadzic and Slobodan Milosevic in the 1990s, died at the age of 77 in Moscow, Vijesti.ba news portal reported on Wednesday.

The Russian writer, has spent part of his life in the United States and France. His most famous literary work is the novel “This is Me, Edicka”, about a Russian immigrant in New York. Interfax has announced that the cause of his death is unknown at this time.

In 1992, Limonov fired from firearms from Pale on residents of Sarajevo

Limonov, a supporter of Greater Serbian politics, in 1992, accompanied by Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, fired Pale from a machine gun at the besieged Sarajevo.

Before that, he was in occupied Erdut, as a friend of Zeljko Raznjatovic Arkan, and visited Vukovar shortly after the fall, reports Hina.



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