Vučić laid a wreath at the monument to the heroes from Košare VIDEO / PHOTO
After laying the wreath, Vui talked to the veterans of the Battle of Koare, who also laid the wreath on the monument, and thanked them for everything they did for the homeland. "If we haven't done anything else, at least today we can talk about those who died and about your role," Vucic shared that fact with the veterans.
He added that he would like to see them again around Vidovdan and to discuss everything in detail, so that they can see what else can be done for them, but, as he said, something that is real, and not what is not possible.
"When I see you, I get additional energy to fight for Serbia even harder, at least with that little risk", said Vui and added: "Thank you very much for the honor you bestowed to Serbia and let's all of us try not to forget that".
We cannot allow that to happen, the fighters from Koare replied.
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"Glory to all your fallen heroes. I wish you all the best, and now I am going to Brussels," said Vucic.
Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans' Affairs and Social Affairs Darija Kisi Tepavevi also laid a wreath with the President. A monument to the heroes from Koare was erected last year in a park near the KBC "Dr Dragia Miovi".
On this day 22 years ago, the battle of Koare ended, during which members of the army of FR Yugoslavia defended the state border for 67 days and prevented the ground invasion of the terrorist KLA from Albania into the territory of Serbia. The names of 108 soldiers, non-commissioned officers, officers, reservists and volunteers who died in 1999 at the Kosare watchtower are engraved on the pedestal.
The author of the monument, sculptor Misha Rogan, showed the...