On Anniversary Of Massacre In Srebrenitsa, Remains Of Another 14 Victims Of Genocide Will Be Devoted To Earth

On Thursday, July 11, in Bosnia and Herzegovin, the remains of another 14 identified victims of the genocide in the Srebrenica are buried.

on the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the tragic events in the memorial center of the Srebrenitsa, a memorial ceremony will be held.

This year, the remains of Beriz Muyich, Hamed Salich, the Hasib and Camil Efendich, Mehmed Krdzich, Sabria Omich, Musan Silkovich, Sakiba Yasarevich, Neresa Salikhovich, Ibrahim Salkich, Haydin Mustafich, Latif, will be devoted to the earth this year. Manjich.

The Serbs allowed women and children to get to the area controlled by the Bosnian military. At least 8,372 Bosnian men died in forests, in factories and in warehouses. The bodies of the killed Bosnians were buried in mass burials. Until today, 6751 victim of the genocide was buried at the Memorial cemetery in Potocari.

Genocide in the Srebrenitsa


Residents of Bosnia and Herzegovina on July 11 will post 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 earth in the cemetery in the city of Potocari. This year, the remains of another 19 Bosnians will be reburied, the Bosnian Institute for the missing reports.

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.