On the 25th anniversary of the Bosnian Srebrenica massacre, Prime Minister Imran Khan has sent an exclusive message to mourn the loss of the lives of around 8,000 Bosnian Muslims.

In his message on Saturday, PM Imran Khan said that we were surprised that in a safe paradise like the United Nations (UN) this massacre was allowed to occur.

He also asked the world community not to allow such incidents to occur again. It’s important for all of us to learn lessons from big losses, he said.

Speaking of endless brutality in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), the prime minister said Eight million Indian troops continue to carry out violence and terrorism around the Kashmir Valley.

However, we are all afraid that a similar Srebrenica massacre will occur in Kashmir. He urged the world community to pay attention to the Kashmir problem appropriately to avoid such a big disaster.

PM Imran Khan also sent prayers and prayers to the brothers in Bosnia.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi alsosaid that the world has “a collective responsibility to ensure that history does not repeat”.

In a tweet, Qureshi said that what happened in Kashmir and occupied Palestine was “very similar” to the 1995 massacre.

Srebrenica massacre of Bosnian Muslims

In 1995, Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica. People who were directly or indirectly involved in the massacre held key positions in Serbian politics and economics.

In July 1995, troops from Bosnian paramilitary allies killed more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the city of Srebrenica. The international court then classifies the murder as genocide.

Young people in Bosnia-Herzegovina are trying to keep the massacre in global awareness.

The International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) spent years investigating the massacre. The ICTY found that Bosnian Serb forces began plotting genocide during the final stages of the three-year Bosnian War, in March 1995.





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