Serbs of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Villagers from Poljak marked the anniversary of the attack on the village on Monday with a religious ceremony at the Srebrenica Memorial Centre followed by a visit to the memorial to killed soldiers and civilian victims of war in the village itself.
A total of 21 people were killed in the attack, including two women and two children were taken away and never seen again.
Gideon Greif told Israeli newspaper Haaretz on Tuesday that he will soon produce an addendum to the report on Srebrenica published last July by a commission funded by the government of Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska to make clear that around 8,000 people from Srebrenica were killed in July 1995.
Speaking about the property, Dodik said in an interview with Belgrade's "Politika" that the Bosnia-Herzegovina's Constitutional Court has no right to determine ownership because it was resolved by the Dayton Agreement.
He announced that laws will be passed that will confirm that Republika Srpska is the owner of property on its territory.