Montenegro Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic said that the resolution on Srebrenica, which the parliament adopted a day ago, was “unnecessary” and that he neither initiated nor he supported the adoption.
A day after the Parliament of Montenegro adopted the resolution, according to which July 11 will be marked in that country as a day of mourning and remembrance for the victims of the 1995 genocide in Bosnian eastern town Srebrenica, Krivokapic said that this document would “further deepen the divisions.”
“I am showing equal respect for all victims. It is individuals and not whole nations who are behind the crimes. No people can be genocidal because of some individuals among them,” said Krivokapic.
He also reminded that Montenegro already adopted European Parliament's Declaration on Srebrenica before.