This Saturday, the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, the remains of nine other victims were buried in the Potocari memorial and the cemetery. Srebrenica’s was the largest slaughter on European soil since World War II.
The nine victims, all Bosnian Muslim men who were killed by Serbian armed forces, thus contribute to the 6,610 remains of the massacre that was already identified and buried in Potocari. According to the lowest estimates, more than 1,000 victims are still missing.
The identification process can take years due to the mingling of the remains if they were transferred from one mass grave to another in an attempt to hide these atrocities.
“We will continue to persecute you. We will never surrender. It is our right and our duty. There is no place to hide,” Munira Subasic told a message to those responsible, but to the Srebrenica mothers also to the population sector. Serb who denies the murder.