CNAB sent letter to Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Serbia, as a country which has committed aggression against Bosnia, was found guilty by the ICTY for "not preventing genocide" cannot uphold the post of the highest office in the UN.
First time in its history
The Committee has also announced that Bosnia-Herzegovina recognition “Bosnian Tombstone” was given to two foreign citizens: Head of Archivists of Lithuania Prof. Dr. Ramojus Kraujelis and to secretary of Turkish municipality Yalova, Mr. Hasanu Soyguzel ...
In a CBS statement to RFE/RL on May 10, the show's executive producer, Bob Daily said: "We were unaware of any connection to the terrible tragedy in Srebrenica. We would never intentionally disrespect or make light of such an event and sincerely apologize to anyone we may have offended."
AUSTRIA: Excellent speech President, World Bosniak Congress; Former Grand Mufti of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dr. Mustafa Cerić on Vienna conference
I have to ask these hard questions. How is it possible that no one knows who is the ISIL? Where are they coming from? Who made them to be what they are and for what purpose? Who made them militarily strong? Who trained them? Who is hiding behind the masks of the ISIL?
War crminal Karadzic Trial:
The final part of Karadzic’s trial concerned the taking of UN peacekeeping forces as hostages in 1995.
The former commander of British UN forces in Gorazde, Jonathon Riley, told the court that Bosnian Serb forces took 33 of his soldiers captive in May 1995.
It was stated in the history workbook/textbook that “Bosnia had originally been a province of Serbia but was annexed when Austria-Hungary defeated Serbia in earlier conflict”. It is also read that “the majority of people in Bosnia were Serbs, and many desired to return to Serbia”. The Canadian textbook in question is “Face of a Nation”; 2000. Authors: Angelo Bolotta, Jennifer Watt, Charles Hawkes, Fred Jarman, and Marc Keirstead.
According to the prosecutors, the terrorising of the capital, the mass executions, the use of UN officials as hostages and the brutality towards victims all had something in common - the role of Radovan Karadzic.
His false remorse, the prosecutors said, was salt in the wounds of all the victims now living without their loved ones and trying to deal with the horrors of the past.