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English16/07/2020

ČUBRILOVIĆ: WE MUST BE MORE ACTIVE IN PROVING OUR VIEW OF EVENTS

 

BANJALUKA, JULY 16 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Čubrilović says that proposing a new resolution on Srebrenica before the U.S. Congress is something that is being done continuously, therefore it is necessary for Serbs to be more active in proving their views of Srebrenica events.

 

"It is something that is being done continuously and we cannot expect anything better. We must be more active in proving how we see things; therefore I hope that the Government of Srpska, through its advisory body, will succeed in imposing our views of Srebrenica and the overall events." Čubrilović told the press in Banjaluka.

Čubrilović also expects that the commission, which was formed by the Government of Srpska in order to establish the facts about the events in Srebrenica, will come out with its report.

"I have information that this work is being done with quality and studiousness, that the time invested in it has not been wasted, and that it will enable us to present our views of the overall situation to the world," Čubrilović pointed out.

He emphasizes that always having three truths, three stories and views of every event in BiH is tragic.

Čubrilović, considering that Prime Minister Radovan Višković is positive for coronavirus, estimates that the Government of Republika Srpska will continue to work without problems.

"The impossibility of the physical presence of the prime minister in certain sessions and meetings will be reflected in a certain way. But, given that the Government has its own organisation consisting of deputy prime ministers and ministers, it will continue to work with the consent of the prime minister who will be able to communicate with them in another way," said Čubrilović.

Democrat US Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson presented a "resolution condemning genocide and other crimes against Bosniaks committed by Serb forces in Srebrenica in July 1995" in the House of Representatives, which is pending before the U.S. Congress. /end/vos