Aleksandar Vucic: I haven’t thought about whether I will go to Srebrenica

Aleksandar VucicPrime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, said yesterday in Belgrade that he hasn’t yet thought about his visit to Srebrenica, at the marking of 20th anniversary of genocide.

“It is in July, I haven’t thought about it yet“, said Vucic, while answering on reporter’s question whether he will visit Srebrenica on 11th July.

Marking of the 20th anniversary of genocide over Bosniaks of “Safety zone of UN“ Srebrenica, will start in April and last until the 11th July this year, when the commemoration and burial of Srebrenica victims killed in 1995 will be held. Until now, 6.241 killed Bosniaks have been buried in Potocari.

The Srebrenica Genocide has been carried out in July 1995 during the war in BiH. It consisted of massive, planned and implemented killings of captured Bosniak men and boys between 12 and 77 years old. They were executed by the Army of the Republic of Serbia under the command of Ratko Mladic, who is now in The Hague tribunal, including the paramilitary formation “Skorpions“ under the control of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia.

(Source: radiosarajevo.ba/ Photo: tacno.net)

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