Parliament of Kosovo has passed a Resolution condemning the Srebrenica Genocide

The Parliament of Kosovo has passed a resolution on Wednesday condemning the Srebrenica genocide.

A total of 89 MPs voted in favor of the resolution, no one was against or abstained. Before the vote on the Resolution, the representatives of the Serbian List left the Parliament.

Ten Serb lawmakers left the session when Bosniak lawmaker Bahri Shabani took the floor to argue the draft of the resolution, Kosovo media reports.

On the eve of the 26th anniversary of the genocide committed against Bosniaks in Srebrenica, members of the Kosovo Parliament, at the suggestion of the Bosniak community living in Kosovo, voted and adopted a Resolution on the Srebrenica genocide.

The resolution includes a ban on denial of the Srebrenica genocide and is an act of solidarity with the suffering of Bosniaks in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

With the adoption of the Resolution, Kosovo joined many democratic countries and international institutions that condemned the genocide in Srebrenica and showed solidarity in condemning the crime, Fena news agency reports.

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