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YIHR Croatia and YIHR Serbia Reaction to Yesterday’s Speech by Croatian Prime Minister Plenković on the Occasion of the Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Operation Storm

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković dedicated a part of yesterday’s speech on the occasion of the celebration the Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day to paying respect to the victims of war crimes committed by the Croatian side. He has thus given a great contribution to the conciliatory marking of the 25th anniversary of the Operation Storm.

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Tabloid Headlines against Boris Milošević Sign of Weakness and Shame of Serbian Nationalism

On Saturday August 1, the majority of tabloids (Večernje novosti, Informer, Kurir) and the Politika daily launched, on their front pages, a negative campaign against Boris Milošević, former president of Serbian National Council in Croatia, and currently Deputy Prime Minister of the Croatian Government for the announcement of his attendance at the official celebration of the Storm operation anniversary.

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Never Again, For Anyone – 25 Years of the Srebrenica

On the occasion of 25th anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, the Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Serbia, the Independent Association of Vojvodina Journalists and forumZFD – Serbia have launched a permanent campaign “Never Again, For Anyone”. The goal is to draw attention of the broadest public and build a permanent reminder of the largest crime on the territory of Europe after the Second World War. In order never to happen again, to anyone, and for Srebrenica to become a universal anti-war symbol.

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Đurić for N1 about the Srebrenica Anniversary: Campaign “Never Again, For Anyone” for More Solidarity and Compassion

“Official nationalist narrative in Serbia has been going on for 25 years, it is only getting stronger, closed in itself, and this entire truth, regardless of being established before international courts and that the whole world sees it in one way. Serbia is the victim of nationalist narrative which puts it on the opposite side of international law and developed world”, said Ivan Đurić, Programme Director of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights to N1 on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

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