There was genocide in Srebrenica

President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanovic, in an interview with Sarajevo’s weekly “Dani,” spoke to a journalist Tamara Nikcevic, about his upcoming visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, on whether the recent dispute between the two countries about Sutorine impact his personal relationship with members of the BiH Presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic and why Moscow is so opposed to Montenegro’s entry into NATO, from which Podgorica expects an invitation to join by the end of 2015.

Unlike the President of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolic, who, according to the information of the Belgrade daily Danas, declined an invitation to the 11th of July 2015 visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina to attend the celebration of two decades of genocide in Srebrenica, the presidents of Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia Filip Vujanovic Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and Borut Pahor have already confirmed that they will attend this year’s commemoration in Potocari Memorial Centre.

” I’m going to Srebrenica this year with the same feeling that I had in 2010, when I visited Potocari: with great regret and sadness because at the end of the twentieth century in Europe such a terrible crime took place. At the same time, I am leaving with a feeling of deep respect for all the innocent victims of the Srebrenica casualties genocide. I say this not only as the President of Montenegro, but also as a man who hopes and believes that what happened in Srebrenica would never happen again. To no one and never! “, President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanovic says in an interview for weekly ” Dani. ”

Izvor: RTV Montenegro