“The book “The Atlas of Crimes Against the Serbian People in 1992” (orig: “Atlas zločina nad srpskim narodom 1992. godine), which will be promoted at the International Book Fair in Banja Luka, represents a permanent document which ought to be an indictment of the crimes committed against Serbs in 1992,” stated Milorad Kojić, the Director of the Republic of Srpska Center for Research of War, War Crimes and Searching for Missing Persons.

“The atlas of mass crimes against Serbs, published by the Center, is a seminal work on over 1,300 pages detailing the mass execution sites of the Serbian people. This book is one of the responses to the judiciary institutions at the Bosnia and Herzegovina level which did not want and do not want to process crimes committed against Serbs,” said Kojić in Banja Luka.

Kojić said that the judiciary institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina may rely on this book while processing war crimes against Serbs, pointing out that this data had been at their disposal prior to the Center’s publication of the “Atlas”.

According to him, the judiciary institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with their laziness and lack of interest in processing war crimes against Serbs, have inspired the Center to publish this work.

Kojić expressed his gratitude to the Government of the Republic of Srpska, the President of the Republic of Srpska Željka Cvijanović, and the Serbian Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik, who have supported all of the activities of the Center.