Šmit: The resolution on Srebrenica is not against the Serbian people and RS

He assessed that the resolution should be seen "as an expression of international commitment to preserving the dignity of the survivors and the memory of those who were killed."

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Šmit, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
Šmit, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
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The High Representative in BiH Kristijan Šmit welcomed the resolution on the introduction of July 11 as the International Day of Remembrance and Remembrance of the Srebrenica Genocide, voted on Thursday at the UN, and pointed out that it is not directed against the Serbian people and Republika Srpska.

"Any attempt to put this resolution in such a context is wrong and malicious," his OHR statement reported.

In his words, the decision to pass the resolution "emphasizes the importance of recognizing and giving mail to the victims of the tragic events that took place in July 1995 in and around Srebrenica."

He assessed that the resolution should be seen "as an expression of international commitment to preserve the dignity of survivors and the memory of those who were killed".

"It is of the utmost importance that society rejects all attempts to minimize or diminish the gravity of the genocide in Srebrenica. The resolution must serve as a catalyst for healing and understanding, instead of being used for narrow political goals," believes Šmit.

The High Representative called on all relevant factors in BiH to "join forces to build trust as a basis for lasting peace, prosperity and development of BiH, as part of the European family".

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