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BANJALUKA, July 11 /SRNA/ - The president of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Fallen and Captured Soldiers and Missing Civilians, Nedeljko Mitrovic, has told SRNA that the statement by German investigators that not a single perpetrator of genocide in Srebrenica should feel safe in Germany, is a pressure on Srpska and Serbia for their military neutrality and commitment to Russia.


Mitrovic has said that the initiators of sending to Germany the list with the names of 22,000 members of the Republika Srpska Army suspected of alleged crimes in Srebrenica estimated that that country is the most sensitive to this issue for a number of genocides Germans committed during WWII.

“They think that Germany simply must answer to such a call. On the other hand, this is a reaction to good relations between Germany and Serbia,” Mitrovic has said.

He has said that Organization’s branches in the Podrinje and Srebrnica will send to Germany and other European states the list with the names of around 1,500 persons who committed crimes against Serbs in that area.

Klaus Sorn, a German police investigator and the chief inspector of the Federal Criminal Police Office, has said in Potocari that not a single “perpetrator of genocide in Srebrenica hiding in Germany” should feel safe from investigation, arrest and judgment.

The president of the Mothers of Srebrenica Association, Munira Subasic, submitted to the Prosecutor’s Office of Germany the list with the names of 22,000 members of the Republika Srpska Army and asked that those who are currently in Germany be arrested and prosecuted in that country. /end/sg