Vučić laid a wreath on the 80th anniversary of civilians' mass shooting in Kragujevac

The prayer, in memory of the victims, was served by Bishop Jovan of umadija with the clergy, and after that, President Vui laid a wreath at the "V3" monument, erected at the place where students and professors of the Kragujevac high school were shot dead on October 21, 1941.
"We don't forget," the president said via Instagram ahead of the start of the event.
He reminded of the killing of innocent people, emphasizing that they killed our children.
"Entire classes of our children were taken to be shot, as if they were being taken to a school event. We will never forget those children, the children of umadija and Serbia. Eternal glory to all the killed heroes and may Kragujevac and Serbia live forever," the president said.

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Wreaths were also laid by ministers in the Government of Serbia, representatives of the Assembly of Serbia, the Serbian Army, religious communities, the City of Kragujevac, SUBNOR, as well as students and professors of the First Kragujevac Gymnasium.
Ministers Branko Ruzic, Nebojsa Stefanovic, Darija Kisic Tepavcevic, Gordana Comic, former Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, as well as numerous citizens attend the commemoration. Among those present are also U.S. Ambassador Anthony Godfrey, Bundestag Vice President Claudia Roth, and representatives of the embassies of Poland, Slovakia, Austria, France, Belarus, Palestine and Kazakhstan. In memory of the suffering of innocent civilians, the traditional "Great School Class" is being held in Kragujevac.
The mass shooting of civilians in Kragujevac is considered one of the greatest crimes of the German army in World War II, and the...

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