|In Srebrenica in July 1995 Crime commited, not Genocide|
|понедељак, 15 април 2019 20:08|
BANJALUKA, APRIL, 13 /SRNA/ - The crime in Srebrenica in July 1995 cannot be considered genocide in accordance with the generally accepted definition established by the International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in 1948, which still exists as an instrument off the international law, is one of the conclusions of the International Scientific Conference "Srebrenica, Reality and Manipulation", held in Banja Luka.
The organizers of the Conference, which held with the aim of establishing the truth about the war events in and around Srebrenica from 1992 to 1995, stated in the final document that at the conference through the power of arguments, the baselessness of accusations and verdicts directed against the Serb people in order to give them the guilt and responsibility for the alleged genocide against the Bosniaks of Srebrenica during July 1995 is disassembled.
In the past war throughout BiH, there was a crime of varying degrees of intensity, is stated in the conclusions, adding that there are not enough scientifically and legally verified evidences that on the Serb’s side in the civil war in BiH there was a joint criminal enterprise for the forcible removal of the Muslim population. nor a common intention and goal for such a thing, and therefore there is no evidence of genocide or association for the purpose of its execution.
"The legal qualifications of crimes in Srebrenica given by the Hague tribunal after sentenced to a number of accused and convicted persons are not based on scientifically, competently and professionally verified facts and evidence, but mainly on the untrue statements of certain witnesses from the Bosniak people and others. Because of that, they must be subject to scientific-professional and professional verification" announced after this Conference.
On the Conference concluded that there was no scientifically confirmed evidence on the exact number of victims in and out combat operations in Srebrenica during 1995.
"It can be concluded that the eviction of the civilian population from Srebrenica was not forcible, but unanimous choice of representatives of civilian authorities and local population, as well as the command of the 28th Division of the so-called Army of BiH and certain mechanisms of the international community", said in the document.
The organizers stated that there is enough reliable evidence that the crime in Srebrenica was targeted, planned, detailed, well prepared and successfully realized by operatives of foreign intelligence services, and financially and media supported from powerful Western countries and Bosniak military and civilian leadership with the aim of obtaining a valid alibi for bombarding the position of the Republika Srpska Army and the Serpska population, all for the purpose of weakening the Republika Srpska and the long and systematic destruction of Serbs in BiH.
The participants estimated that the Hague Tribunal was an illegal, dependent and biased criminal-legal creation that did not apply generally accepted standards of the international law, but judged on the basis of its rules that cannot be the relevant source of the international law, which requires reviewing of all pronounced judgments.
"No judgment, even those of the Hague Tribunal, cannot be an obstacle to scientific research in order to establish a complete truth", stated in the conclusions.
It was also agreed that a list of all victims in the 20th century and the last war in BiH should be made, to launch an initiate to build the Memorial Center of victims of the middle Podrinje and to strengthen the institutional capacities of Srpska in order to establish the full truth about the past war in BiH and the further development and survival of the Serbs and the Republika Srpske in this region.
The conference was organized by the Organization of the Elder Staff of the Republika Srpska Army, the Independent University of Banja Luka and the Institute for the Study of Serbs’ Suffering in the 20th Century from Belgrade.