Ten days after the offensive graffiti that were written in Gornji Vakuf / Uskoplje, aimed at provoking national tensions and hatred, new ones were written again, but in a completely different form and with different messages.
Namely, graffiti in Uskoplje call for peace, tolerance, fellowship and mutual respect, and sends a completely opposite message to the graffiti that was created ten days ago.
Namely, on August 9th, Adis Pokvic, from Gornji Vakuf, painted offensive graffiti on five cars and several Bosniak family homes in Krupa, Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje municipality.
“The officials of the Ministry of Interior of the Central Bosnia Canton, in cooperation with police officers of the Federal Police Administration, working to identify the perpetrators of the reported criminal offense of causing national, racial and religious hatred, found out that there was a fake report,” according to the police statement.
As stated by the police, thirty-two years old A. P. admitted to committing acts characterized as causing acts of national, racial and religious hatred, discord, or intolerance.
“Upon completion of the case against the perpetrator, a report will be filed on the criminal offense of causing ethnic, racial and religious hatred, strife or intolerance.”
Pokvic gave statements to the media after the incident, stating that the signs were catastrophic and cowardly.