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English07/07/2020

LAZIĆ: BOSNIAK OFFICIALS MANIPULATING WITH SREBRENICA VICTIMS

 

BANJALUKA, JULY 7 /SRNA/ - President of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Captured and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians Veljko Lazić says that Bosniak officials in Sarajevo have been willfully manipulating with Srebrenica victims for years, which is confirmed by the latest information that names of 79 Bosniaks, who were alive after the year 2003, are engraved on memorial plaques at the Potočari Memorial Center for Bosniak victims killed in July 1995.

 

Lazić has told Srna that families of killed persons from Republika Srpska have suspected from the day one that some Serb victims are buried in Potočari and that among the names of Bosniak victims, there are people who are still alive.

According to him, the Bosniak side is not hiding that people killed in areas far away from Srebrenica and in the period before or after July 1995 are buried in Potočari in order to be represented as “victims of genocide.”

He recalled that Emir Suljagić earlier admitted that his father was killed in 1992 in Voljevica near Bratunac and that he is buried in Potočari and represented as “a victim of genocide.”

“I think that the International Commission tasked with investigating events in Srebrenica and the Srebrenica region in the period 1992-1995 must look at events throughout the war, not only events of July 1995, in order to arrive at the truth about events in Srebrenica,” Lazić said.

The names of 79 Bosniaks who were alive after the year 2003, and some are still alive, are engraved on memorial plaques at the Potočari Memorial Center for Bosniak victims killed in July 1995, say documents of agencies that investigated this event which are in the possession of the Banjaluka.net internet portal.

It is evident from documents that names of at least 79 Bosniaks who after the year 2003, eight years after the events in Srebrenica of July 1995, had their place of residence in BiH, are engraved on memorial plaques at this Memorial Center. /end/sg