Pristina adopts resolution on Srebrenica

89 deputies voted for the adoption of the resolution, no one was against or abstained, reports the Pristina Reporters.
At the moment when the President of the Assembly, Glauk Konjufca, announced a point on the Draft Resolution on the committed genocide in Srebrenica, the deputies of the Serbian List and Minister Goran Raki left the session.

19 Genocide Victims to be Buried on Srebrenica Anniversary

The Missing Persons Institute of Bosnia and Herzegovina told BIRN that 19 people's remains will be laid to rest in a ceremony at the cemetery at the Srebrenica Memorial Centre on July 11.

Missing Persons Institute spokesperson Emza Fazlic said that the youngest victim to be buried this year will be Azmir Osmanovic, who was killed at the age of 16.

Dacic: What if Serbia passes a resolution in which genocide is what Njegos describes?

Asked if he is afraid of the frozen conflict, especially since the Kosovo Security Forces are arming the West, Ivica Dacic answered: "We have openly warned that any change in the situation on the ground by force means that the signed agreements are no longer valid, Serbia will not allow military conquest of the North. It is clear to everyone what that means.

BIRN Fact-Check: Has Montenegro’s Srebrenica Resolution ‘Stigmatised’ Serbia?

Montenegro's decision to adopt a parliamentary resolution outlawing denial of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide in eastern Bosnia, committed by Bosnian Serbs, has sparked anger among local Serbs and in neighbouring Serbia, with Serbian officials calling for a diplomatic response.

The Parliament of Montenegro adopted the Resolution on Srebrenica VIDEO

The resolution, for which 55 deputies voted, while 19 were against, states that: "The Parliament of Montenegro:
1) strongly condemns the genocide in Srebrenica;
2) Acknowledges that the genocide took place on European soil after the Second World War, in which over 8.000 Bosniak civilians were killed;

Montenegro Minister Sacked for Querying Srebrenica Genocide Rulings

Minister of Justice, Human and Minority Rights Vladimir Leposavic in parliament. Photo: Parliament of Montenegro.

His dismissal was supported by the votes of 43 opposition MPs and ruling Black on White coalition MPs. The other two ruling majority blocs, For the Future of Montenegro and Peace is Our Nation, did not support his dismissal.