Acting on media reports and submitted complaints, Bosnia’s Prosecutor’s Office has opened a case related to the Sunday gathering of the Serb nationalist Ravnogorski Pokret, otherwise known as Chetniks, in the eastern town of Visegrad.
The complaints relate to the criminal acts of incitement of national, racial, religious hatred, intolerance and division.
Dressed in black and wearing Chetnik insignia, some 200 members of the so-called Ravna Gora movement commemorated the day their WWII leader Dragoljub Mihajlovic was caught in 1946 and executed.
They laid flowers in front of a monument dedicated to fallen Serb soldiers from the 1992-95 war.
According to Yugoslav demographers, Chetnik forces killed in WWII at least 33,000 Muslims and 32,000 Croats in one of the most gruesome episodes of Yugoslav history.
During the 1992-95 Bosnian war, Serb nationalists wearing Chetnik insignia expelled 14,000 Muslim residents of Visegrad and killed some 1,700.