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Bosniaks in Nevesinje: We call on our Neighbors to build good neighborly Relations

“Despite the insult that deeply hurt our dignity, we call on our neighbors to strengthen our good neighborly relations and together condemn this uncivilized act, because good neighborly relations have no alternative,” the Bosniaks of Nevesinje said in a statement.

On the occasion of the events on the night of July 31 on August 1 in the village of Hrust near Nevesinje, representatives of the legal entities of Bosniaks in Nevesinje also issued a press release.

In a press release, they strongly condemned the vandal act of writing threatening messages “Knife, wire, Srebrenica” over the state flag at the bus stop in this returnee village.

Writing hate messages over the state flag is no coincidence. Such a handwriting is clear and legible to everyone.

Despite the insult that has deeply hurt our dignity, we call on our neighbors to strengthen our good neighborly relations and together condemn this uncivilized act, because good neighborly relations have no alternative. Let us not allow extremism to sway our intentions to build a society equal for all. We ask the competent municipal authorities to clearly and unequivocally distance themselves from irresponsible individuals and their clients, and the competent investigative bodies to shed light on the background of this vandalism and to adequately punish the perpetrators.

The messages written in Hrust do not bring good to anyone and are a threat to everyone, it is stated in the reaction of the Bosniaks from Nevesinje.

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