Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik said today that Serbs have an obligation toward those killed and expelled to talk about the Golgotha of the Serbian people, teach future generations to speak clearly and loudly about the truth, ethnic cleansing and crimes committed against them.

Dodik recalled that a memorial service was held today in Gornje Seliše outside Glina for more than 150 innocent Serbian civilians who were killed in the criminal “Storm” operation in August 1995.

“We remember those who were killed in convoys in which there were more than 250,000 expelled Serbs,” Dodik wrote on Twitter.

Dodik has pointed out that crimes committed against Serbs in Kordun, Banija, Lika and Dalmatia must never be allowed to be forgotten.

“We also must speak about Gornje Selište and every other place where our people were killed. We haven’t forgotten this day either. We remember! We have a right to it,” Dodik said.