President of the Republika Srpska Association of Prison Camp Detainees, Branislav Dukic, has said that everything that happened in the last war shows that there is neither coexistence nor reconciliation in the so-called multi-ethnic Sarajevo.
“Even nowadays, there is no coexistence in the so-called multi-ethnic Sarajevo, the city, which more than 156,000 Serbs lived in before the 1991 Census, and more than 3,300 Serbs, mainly civilians, were killed during the war in more than 126 prison camps. The above mentioned indicates that there is no state of Bosnia and Herzegovina, no co-existence and no reconciliation,” stressed Dukic.
He told SRNA that everything what the Bosniaks people do is – topsy-turvy. Once they realise they rush into trouble, they try in many ways to ingratiate themselves with internationals, especially the United States, which is not what it used to be, in order to create a state for them.
“It is enough with their hypocrisy, which the attention no longer needs to be paid to,” said Dukic.
President of the Committee of the Families of Missing Civilians of the Sarajevo-Romanija Region, Milka Kokot, believes that Serbs should mark the sufferings of their fellow-citizens in Kazani, not those who killed them.
“The Serbs should mark this day. As far as I know, not a single Serb dares to go to Kazani. I would not dare to go on my own there to light a candle for the killed ones,” Kokot told SRNA.
Kokot has pointed out how lousy work on finding the remains of missing Serbs in the recent war is performed by the BiH Prosecutor’s Office and the BiH Missing Persons Institute.
“This is the ultimate outrage because nobody does anything and nobody cares. The ball is shifted from one person to another, hence there is no result,” said Kokot.
Numerous Serb civilians, mainly Sarajevo citizens, were killed in the Kazani site on Mt. Trebevic. Remains of 29 persons were removed from the pit in Kazani after the war, while the number of the killed ones has never been officially determined.
During raids from 1991 to 1993, members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina were capturing Serbs in the Sarajevo streets and homes, taking them to dig trenches on Mt. Trebevic, where the cave Kazani, which they were thrown into, is located.
Fourteen members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina were sentenced from 10 months to six years for crimes committed in Kazani in 1994, and many believe that some murderers are still at large.
According to the Republika Srpska Association of Prison Camp Detainees, 8,800 Serbs were killed in Sarajevo during the war.
According to the Republika Srpska Association of Prison Camp Detainees, there were 126 prison camps for Serbs in Sarajevo during the war. According to the 1991 Census, more than 156,000 Serbs used to live in Sarajevo. Nowadays, not more than 6,000 Serbs live there.