Mothers of Srebrenica: The resolution on Srebrenica serves as a seal on the truth

Mothers of Srebrenica: The resolution on Srebrenica serves as a seal on the truth

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Representatives of the Association of Mothers of Srebrenica, who arrived in Sarajevo from New York, where they participated in the panel discussion "Genocide Memorialization: Justice, Truth, Healing" at the United Nations General Assembly, once again pointed out how much it is important that the resolution on Srebrenica be adopted, CE Report quotes FENA.NEWS

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