Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković has said that the fact that almost no one from the international community appeared today in Bratunac to pay their respects to Serbian victims is particularly insulting, and almost all of them will appear in only ten days in the same place.

“I don’t see a single reason for them to behave this way, why do they divide the victims, why do they divide the peoples in BiH, and they are constantly telling us that they want reconciliation and coexistence. It is Christian to forgive, but how we can forgive, how we can fulfill our Christian obligation if you are constantly pushing us into new disputes, new divisions and you have been doing it persistently for 30 years,” he said.

Višković told reporters in Bratunac, where he is attending a memorial service for all Serbian victims from the Middle Podrinje and Birač killed in the defensive-patriotic war, that there seems to be no judgement, no punishment for crimes against the Serbian people, and only Serbian people are tried.

“That is enough of a warning for all of us to try to understand what is in store for us, and we can only save and preserve ourselves when we are united,” emphasized Višković.

The memorial service is for all Serbian victims of the patriotic-defense war from Middle Podrinje and Birač and was organized on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the great suffering of Serbs on St. Peter’s Day in 1992 in the villages around Srebrenica and Bratunac when 69 soldiers and civilians were killed and 22 captured, none of whom survived.