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BELGRADE, JULY 11 /SRNA/ - The Government of the Republic of Serbia should initiate the establishment of a new international tribunal for war crimes that would review all verdicts in the case of the non-existent genocide in Srebrenica and other events in the former Yugoslavia, the Head of the Committee on Diaspora and Serbs in the Region of the Serbian Parliament Miodrag Linta believes.


In support of this, Linta states that the goal of the Hague Tribunal was to confirm the most outrageous lie that Serbs are allegedly guilty of the wars in Croatia and BiH and to punish their political and military leaders.

"The main culprits for the wars in Croatia and BiH are the criminal regimes of Franjo Tuđman and Alija Izetbegović, whose goal was to create Croatia and BiH without or with as few Serbs as possible who would be third-class citizens", Linta added.

Linta has expressed regret over unilateral EU statement, from Friday, on the non-existent genocide in Srebrenica, and pointed out that it was sad to mention only crimes against Bosniaks, and shamelessly silent about brutal crimes against Serbs in Srebrenica, Bratunac, Zvornik and other municipalities in Podrinje, especially in 1992. and 1993.

According to him, the EU has been shamelessly silent for 25 years about the indisputable fact that the expulsion of 250,000 and the suffering of more than 2,000 Serbs in the Croatian criminal operation "Storm" is the darkest event in Europe after the end of the World War II.

"The EU should defend the truth and universal values and to demand that all nations face the past, and not that Serbs continue to be considered guilty of wars without arguments", Linta pointed out. /end/bo