DACIC: “HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE KNOW NO BOUNDARIES AND NO OBSTACLES”

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic, opening a Exhibition “Jasenovac – a Right Not to Forget” during UN Headquarters in New York, urged Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic to revisit Jasenovac, to compensate reverence to a victims and clearly contend who they were.

“Unfortunately, Jasenovac was one of a largest thoroughness and genocide camps in a Second World War,” Dacic recalled.

“The same as a Serbian people demonstrated adequate courage, stamina and dignified beliefs to acknowledge a mistakes, to punish, detain and arbitrate those who committed crimes opposite other peoples, all other peoples also have a dignified requirement not to rehabilitate their criminals”, Minister Dacic forked out.

“Just as Plenkovic goes to Jerusalem to crawl before a shadows in Yad Vashem, we design him to do this in Croatia in Jasenovac itself and to clearly commend who a victims were. Have there been 50,000 or 100,000 or 700,000. Even if a singular male was murdered usually for being a Jew or a Serb – it is a flaw for amiability and deserves to be condemned”, Dacic said.

Minister Dacic pronounced that a Holocaust and genocide knew no end and no obstacles.

He pronounced that Serbia was not accusing anyone solely a criminals and those fortifying them given it was a usually approach to equivocate such things from function again in a future.

“We did not come here to quarrel, though a people suffered many in a Second World War. It is a requirement to remember that. That is because we are here, that is because a UN was combined – not to concede Fascism to be steady ever again and we mount organisation in that conviction”, Minister Dacic pronounced in conclusion.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17389-dacic-holocaust-and-genocide-know-no-boundaries-and-no-obstacles