A rally was held in North Macedonia to mark the 28th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, which is being described as the biggest human tragedy in Europe after World War II.
In Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, people from different communities, mainly Bosniaks, marched in remembrance of the victims of the Srebrenica genocide.
Organized by the Bosnian National Council (BNS), the march started from the Jair municipality park in Skopje and continued to Macedonia Square in the city centre. A memorial service was also held in the square.
In his statement, BNS President Sivad Hot gave information about the attack and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially in Srebrenica at that time.
Pointing out that what happened in Srebrenica has never happened anywhere else in the world, Hutt stressed that with today’s rally, they stressed that “genocide should not be forgotten”.
“Many of these criminals wish today, July 11th, that they weren’t on the calendar,” said Haute. Many of them would like to erase this history, but we will never forget it. We will remember and always remember. “Make an assessment.
On the other hand, a commemoration program for the 28th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide was organized during the day by the Intercommunal Relations Committee of the North Macedonian Assembly.
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