BELGRADE – Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Sunday that Serbia has more serious and stronger legal arguments than Croatia in the current genocide case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), but pointed out that Serbia does not want to damage relations with anybody.
“Our aim is to support the Russian people in the name of the Serbian people,” a Serbian volunteer named Milutin Malisic said.
“We are representing Chetnik movement, which is similar to the Russian Cossacks,” he told the Russian agency Itar Tass.
THE HAGUE - Head of the Croatian legal team Vesna Crnic-Grotic said on Monday that Croatia will present its evidence during the hearing before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, which will include some new materials to support the claim that Serbia committed genocide in its territory in the period from 1991 to 1995.
BELGRADE - Coordination of the Serbian Associations of Families of Missing Persons from the territory of former Yugoslavia stated on Tuesday that the Zagreb government's insistence on resolution of the issue of missing persons in the past war is “insincere and hypocritical”, having in mind that the remains of 400 Serb victims have still not been exhumed from known gravesites in Croatia.
BELGRADE - British heavy metal band Iron Maiden will hold a concert at Belgrade's Kalemegdan Park on June 17, the organizers from the Avalon production.