Female students of the Faculty of Criminology, Criminology and Security Studies of the University of Sarajevo, who glorified war criminals and spread hatred on July 11, the anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, will continue their education in the capital of Serbia.
This was stated by the general manager of "Sarajevo-gas" Nedeljko Elek on July 15 and added that, at the invitation of the director of the Security and Information Agency (BIA) of Serbia, Aleksandar Vulin, the two will continue their studies at the National Security Academy in Belgrade.
"They will be scholarship recipients of the State of Serbia and they will be provided with accommodation in the student dormitory, while the rest of the financial costs of the studies will be borne by the company Sarajevo-gas," said Elek at the press conference, which he held together with two female students in East Sarajevo, writes BETA.
The Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina opened a case against two female students following a report by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Sarajevo Canton after one of them in a T-shirt with the image of the Chetnik Duke Mitar Maksimović raised three fingers on Instagram, while the other posted a photo of the wartime commander of the Republika Srpska Army, Ratko Mladić, who was convicted for war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on which is written the text "Sentenced to immortality. You were and will remain our hero".
Glorification of war crimes is a criminal offense according to the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On July 11, the 28th anniversary of the genocide was marked in Srebrenica.
A commemoration was held and a collective funeral was held for another 30 victims.
These are incomplete bodies that were found in several graves that members of the Army of the Republika Srpska (VRS) repeatedly dug up and moved the bodies to cover up the traces of the crime.
After the funeral on July 11 of this year, 6.751 victims of the genocide were buried in the Potočari Memorial Center.
VRS forces killed 8.372 men and boys of non-Serb nationality in and around Srebrenica in eastern BiH. More than 25.000 women, children and the elderly were expelled from the then protected zone of the United Nations.
July 11 was the Day of Mourning in the entity Federation.