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Nebojsa Pavkovic, who was sentenced to 22 years in prison for crimes committed in the 1999 war between Serbia and Kosovo, taught students at the Djru Jacic Primary School in the municipality of Kac, near the city of Novi Sad.

In a statement issued by the Youth Human Rights Initiative (YIHR), Pavković said at a lecture on “Heroes’ Stories” on April 20. prisonHe stated that he addressed the students with a video call from

The statement indicated that Pavkovic served as a commander in the Yugoslav army during the war, and it was recalled that the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia sentenced Pavkovic to 22 years in prison in 1999 for war crimes against the Albanians in Kosovo. .

It was stated that Pavković, who is in Findandia Prison, requested an early acquittal, but the Mechanism for International Criminal Courts (MICT) denied the request due to the seriousness of Pavković’s crimes and lack of rehabilitation.

In the demonstrations that took place after the armed attacks of May 3 and 5 in Serbia, it was noted that violence among young people had increased due to the glorification of war criminals and the broadcasting of violent programs on TV channels.

source: Balkan News

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