February 23, 2015
JAGODINA – Krajina Serbs will
Ustasa militia execute prisoners near the Jasenovac concentration camp.
“For World War II, there is undeniable, crystal-clear evidence that the Independent State of Croatia committed genocide against the Serbs,” Mikelic said, noting that, in World War II, Croatia “killed 70,000 Serbian children in camps.”
Jasenovac was not the only camp where Serbs were killed, as there were 26 such camps, Mikelic said, adding that “there is no
“In addition to the genocide and ethnic cleansing lawsuits, the Krajina Serbs will also
He added that 531,000 Serbs and 440,000 Yugoslavs lived in Croatia according to the 1981 census, and that there were 581,000 Serbs and 224,000 Yugoslavs there according to the 1991 census.
“Therefore, 800,000 Serbs lived in Croatia in 1991, accounting for 16 percent of the population, while now the number is reduced to below four percent.
The question is where those people are, where those people have gone and who is to blame for that,” Mikelic said.
He stressed that, in the 1990s, Croatia committed the largest ethnic cleansing since World War II, which culminated with “Operation Storm”.
The Serbs must persevere in trying to establish the truth, Mikelic concluded.
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