Montenegro Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic will attend memorial services on the 26th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide on July 11, his cabinet confirmed on Tuesday.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro will speak at the commemoration of the victims of genocide. Abazovic will also speak for N1 on July 11 during our special program dedicated to the genocide in Srebrenica.
This news comes as a confirmation after N1’s initial news from June 22 that Abazovic, as well as Montenegrin Foreign Minister Djordje Radulovic, will attend the commemoration of the victims of the July 11 genocide in Srebrenica.
BiH Presidency Chairman Milorad Dodik also spoke about Abazovic’s arrival in Srebrenica on Monday, urging the Serb politicians not to talk to him or meet him during his visit. Earlier, Milorad Dodik accused the Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister of being a covert nationalist. Dodik did not stop there – he accused the Montenegrin Parliament Speaker, Aleksa Becic, of a “bad attitude towards Serbs.”
Speaking on Tuesday, Bosniak Presidency member Sefik Dzaferovic said he and his Croat colleague Zeljko Komsic would welcome Abazovic in the Presidency building.
Komsic and I will welcome Abazovic in the Presidency building, on Friday. He is welcome in the entire BiH,“ Dzaferovic said.