Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs Aleksandar Vulin was in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) yesterday to mark the 30th anniversary of the martyrdom of Serbian soldiers and civilians in the villages of Zalazje, Biljaca, Sase, Zagoni, and Brod near Srebrenica.
The memorial service and the laying of wreaths at the monument and ossuary in Zalazje near Srebrenica marks 30 years since the martyrdom of 69 Serbian civilians and soldiers in the villages of Sase and Zalazje in Srebrenica and Biljaca and Zagoni in Bratunac.
At the beginning of his address, Vulin expressed his displeasure that no one but Serbs was present at yesterday’s commemoration.
”There will be no one here except us Serbs. Representatives of the international community will not come, there will be no representatives of other countries. Serbian wounds only hurt Serbs,” Vulin stated.
He added that they say “happiness divides and pain equalizes.”
”When it comes to Serbs, it is not like that. Nobody is interested in Serbian pain. No one cares about the Serbian victims. No one will shed a tear for the black scarves of Serbian mothers. I respect the sadness and pain of the white-scarved mothers of Srebrenica, but I don’t understand why no one can shed a single tear and share the pain with the black-scarved Serbian mothers. How many Serbs should be killed, so that someone who is not a Serb appear on their grave,” Vulin asked?, Klix.ba writes.