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Webinar: The efficiency of Serbia and Kosovo’s institutions’ mechanisms in finding missing persons from the war in Kosovo in the period from 2016 to 2020

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the presentation of the analysis The efficiency of Serbia and Kosovo’s institutions’ mechanisms in finding missing persons from the war in Kosovo in the period from 2016 to 2020 organized by the National Convention on the European Union. The presentation will take place on April 27 at 12 pm via Zoom.

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The EU can no longer be deaf to the sounds of war drums

The regional network of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Kosovo and Serbia – regarding the “Non paper” which stirred up the public in the region and beyond, reminds of the saying “Do not kill the messenger”.

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Joint Statement of Civil Society Organizations: Determine the Responsibility for Delivering the Publication “Srebrenica – the official lie of an era” to the Covid Hospital in “Stark Arena”

We demand from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Defense to determine who enabled the delivery of a large number of copies of the publication “Srebrenica – the official lie of an era” to the temporary Covid hospital in Belgrade’s “Stark Arena”. We also request that this publication be withdrawn immediately from the mentioned Covid hospital, as well as all other public / state places where it is exhibited.

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Serbia and Montenegro are obliged to fully investigate the state crime and recognize the victims of the abduction in Strpci

Today we mark the 28th anniversary of the crime in Strpci, when members of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) took out and killed 20 passengers, non-Serb civilians, at a train station in Strpci (BiH) from a train running on the Belgrade-Bar route.Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Serbia (YIHR Serbia) and Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Montenegro (YIHR CG) recall the responsibility of state institutions of Serbia and Montenegro for this planned war crime against the citizens of FRY and demand that full responsibility be established – not only of the perpetrators but also of the originators of this crime, as well as to speed up investigations and court proceedings in both countries. Also, the families of victims in Serbia continue to be discriminated in terms of the status of civilian victims of war, while in Montenegro no one but Nebojša Ranisavljević has been prosecuted.

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