Global Research – Kosovo and Metohija 13 Years After NATO Aggression

Conference: Kosovo and Metohija 13 Years After NATO Aggression

Belgrade, March 24, 2012

Global Research, March 24, 2012

Independent, nonparty civic associations – The Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, The League of Veterans of the People’s Liberation Struggle of Serbia and the Club of Generals and Admirals of Serbia – are organizing commemorative activities on the occasion of the 13th anniversary of the NATO 1999 aggression against Serbia (FR Yugoslavia).

The aggression caused over 3,500 deaths and wounded over 10,000 (two-thirds of whom were civilians), as well as over 100 billion US dollars worth of economic damage.

During 78 days of constant bombing, NATO used missiles with depleted uranium, causing lasting pollution of the soil, water and food, along with malignant diseases and deaths.

On Friday, March 23rd, 2012, at 11 a.m. there will be held a round table entitled: “Kosovo and Metohija 13 Years After NATO Aggression” in the Sava Conference Center (Amphitheater), Main Entrance, Street Milentije Popovic No.9, Belgrade, Serbia.

The round table will be followed by a screening of the documentary film “From Belgrade to Baghdad“, by Canadian authors Radoslav Ognjenovic (Director) and Scott Taylor (journalist and publicist).

Free Entrance.

On Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at 11 a.m., delegations will lay flowers at the Monument to Child Victims in Tasmajdan Park, and at 12 noon at the Monument of Eternal Flame at Usce, New Belgrade.

The public is welcome to attend these events to pay respect to the victims and send a common message of peace.

Prof. Miodrag Zecevic, Chairman, LVPLSS
Ljubisa Stojimirovic, Chairman, CLUB OF GENERALS AND ADMIRALS
Zivadin Jovanovic, Chairman, BELGRADE FORUM


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