The promotion of a three-volume book by Vojislav Šešelj denying the Srebrenica genocide announced for today at 6.00 PM at the Congress Hall of the Stari Grad Municipality, Belgrade.
On July 14 1995, 1313 civilians were killed in a warehouse at the farmers’ co-op in the village of Kravica. On December 12 2019, defence witness Ljubisav Simić, former president of the Bratunac Municipal Assembly, said that this had been an incident which occurred after one person from the group of Bosniak civilians had grabbed the gun from the member of Serbian forces.
Youth Initiative for Human Rights condemns the threats and insults which Vojislav Šešelj, a convicted war criminal with unlawful parliamentary immunity, made against Snežana Čongradin, a journalist of the Danas daily, for her article about the commemoration of victims of genocide in Potočari.
The silence with which the highest officials of the Republic of Serbia marked 11 July again casts a shadow of shame on Serbia.
A commemorative gathering ‘We Remember Victims of Genocide in Srebrenica’, organised by the Youth Initiative for Human Rights, has taken place in Belgrade tonight.