Foreign Minister Of Turkey: Genocide In Srebrenica Is Black Spot In History Of Mankind

Genocide in the Srebrenitsa remained in our memory as a black spot in the history of mankind. About this, the Foreign Minister of Turkey, Hakan Fidan, wrote on the social network X on the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the genocide in the city of Srebrenitsa in the east of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“29 years ago, in the eyes of the whole world, the people were destroyed in the center of Europe. Genocide in Srebrenitsa remained in our memory as a black spot in the history of mankind,” wrote the Foreign Ministry of Turkey.

According to the minister, in Turkey on July 11, on the International Day of Thoughts and Memory of 1995 Genocide in Srebrenitsa, they will continue to honor the memory of the dead with the realization that “no matter what you do, do not forget the genocide.”

“I recall our dead brothers and sisters with mercy. I express my condolences and wish them patience to loved ones,” the minister said.

– Genocide in Srebrenitsa

Residents of Bosnia and Herzegovina on July 11 honor the memory of more than 8 thousand Muslims killed in 1995 in the city of Srebrenitsa.

Genocide in Srebrenitsa is considered the largest humanitarian catastrophe in Europe since the Second World War.

Every year on July 11, the remains of the victims of the genocide after the identification procedure of personality indulge in the land in the cemetery in the city of Potocari.

UN Security Council in April 1993 declared a Srebrenitsa zone of security.

However, this did not prevent mass massacre. The city was captured on July 11, 1995 by the army of Bosnian Serbs, led by Ratko Mladic, who later sentenced by the International Tribunal in The Hague to life imprisonment for genocide and crimes against humanity.

The peaceful Bosnians tried to find protection from the Dutch peacekeepers from the UN, but the latter passed them to the Serbs.

more than 8 thousand Bosnians died in a wooded area, in factories and in warehouses.

The bodies of the killed Bosnians were buried in mass burials