Minister Vulin: The crimes repeated because we had forgotten about them
Envoy of the President of the Republic of Serbia and Supreme Commander of the Serbian Armed Forces, Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vulin, attended today marking 26 years of death of more than 3500 Serbs from Podrinje, in Bratunac, the Republic of Srpska.
On that occasion, Minister Vulin pointed out that Serbs mark the anniversary of the massacre, terror and crime alone, and that once again the Serbs were alone with their wounds, but that the Republic of Srpska was not alone.
- As long as the Republic of Serbia is led by Aleksandar Vučić, the Republic of Srpska will not be alone, and it will be defended, protected and preserved, and it will be taken care of, because the Republic of Srpska and everyone who lives there deserve it – stressed Minister Vulin.
According to him, we are alone once again and our wounds hurt no one, and once again no one from the international community wanted to come and bow the head in front of the innocent victims, and once again no one wanted at least to extend condolences since they do not want or cannot offer justice to us.
- Freeing Naser Orić, Atif Dudaković and all those proven butchers, is, sadly, a terrible message that justice is far from the Serbs, just like we are alone even today. It is up to us not to forget and we must not forget. The crimes repeated because we had forgotten about them, and unfortunately the crimes remained unpunished, just like they are today. The Republic of Serbia desires peace, it wants stability and security, it wants successful Republic of Srpska, it wants the Republic of Srpska which is developing. To make this possible, we have to be unified, we have to be together always; in difficult times and in less difficult times, we have to be there for the people – Minister Vulin stressed.
After religious service, Minister Vulin laid wreath at the Monument to the Cross at the town cemetery, and the wreaths were laid by President of the Republic of Srpska Milorad Dodik, representatives of state institutions, veterans’ associations and citizens.