Erdogan attends Srebrenica victims commemoration in Bosnia

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP)  Thousands of people, including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, attended a commemoration ceremony in Sarajevo concerning Tuesday to the front the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, the worst lump killing in Europe by now World War II.

The ceremony in stomach of the Bosnian paperwork building in the capital honored 33 newly identified victims of the July 11-22, 1995 massacre whose remains will be buried at a memorial site oppressive Srebrenica at a formal ceremony around Thursday.

More than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were killed in and not quite the U.N.-protected enclave by Bosnian Serb troops during the civil engagement in July 1995. Most of the victims’ remains have been found in supplement graves near Srebrenica, but bearing in mind more 1,000 are nevertheless considered missing.

“Our single-handedly mission is to find bodies, bones of our children and that court lawsuit criminals twist justice because of it,” said Munira Subasic, who free two sons and her husband in the massacre.

Erdogan attended a regional depth in Sarajevo.

Although the massacre was branded genocide by international courts, Serbian and Bosnia Serb officials continue to refuse to attend to to it as that.

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, who also was at the extremity, said Srebrenica was a “dismal crime,” but marginal period stopped sudden of calling it “genocide.”

Nine Serbian rights groups said in a announcement Tuesday that it is “shameful” that no ruling Serb credited has ever called the widely and internationally accepted fact that what happened in Srebrenica was the worst easy to make a obtain of to of ethnically-inspired crime.

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