The Netherlands was also part of the failure in preventing the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, says Dutch Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren.
Türkiye rejects moves aimed at belittling the crime of genocide, ignoring suffering of our brothers, says Turkish President Erdogan.
The remains of 50 more recently identified Bosniaks were buried alongside 6,671 other victims in a commemoration of the Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In addition to the shock and trauma, most perpetrators are yet to be prosecuted for the well-documented genocide.
Resolution honours over 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks who were killed by Serbian forces in the Bosnian town and condemns public denial of genocide.
As a former colonial power, the Netherlands not only profited from slave trade but also colonisation of countries like Indonesia, where the Dutch military committed war crimes.
The European Union’s most senior representative to the Balkans is accused of standing by while one of Bosnia’s most powerful Serb leaders threatens to break up the country.
Increasingly, Balkan leaders are questioning and seeking to whitewash crimes committed in the 1990s as genocide denial continues to gain ground in the region.
Her only remaining wish was to find the body of her son who disappeared on July 10, 1995 at the age of 26.
Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of the tripartite presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is bringing wood to the fire of ethnic divisions, which can push the country back to its violent past.
The move reflects Serb opposition to the Bosnian law amendments imposed last week by Valentin Inzko, the outgoing High Representative in Bosnia. The amendments aimed to outlaw attempts at minimizing the scope of the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica.
Serb politicians in Bosnia deny the Srebrenica genocide, which was carried out by ethno-nationalist Serb militias. Instead, they have repeatedly played down the sufferings of Bosnians during the war.
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