From: Exit Staff
Serbian Foreign Minister Threatens Serbs Who Disclose Locations of Mass Graves of Albanians and Croats, Claims Kosovo Speaker of Parliament 

Kosovo’s Speaker of Parliament Vjosa Osmani has denounced Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic of Serbia for threatening Serbs who disclose locations of mass graves where Albanians and Croats were buried by the Serbian troops.

On Friday, Osmani tweeted a video of Minister Dacic, who says in Serbian:

“What do we do with some Serbs who tell Croats and Albanians where their missing conationals are buried across Serbia, and similar stupidities?”

Osmani commented that the leadership of Serbia hasn’t changed since the times of Milosevic, and said that “Serbia is still led by these deplorable genocidal minds.”

Dacic was Milosevic’s and his party’s spokesman for 8 years, between 1992 and 2000, before becoming minister of information.

In his new position, Dacic replaced the current president, Aleksandar Vucic, who was Milosevic’s minister of information during the wars perpetrated by the Milosevic regime against Bosniaks, Croats and Kosovo Albanians.

In 1995, only 9 days after the horrific Srebrenica genocide perpetrated by Serbian troops, which brutally murdered 8,372 Muslim Bosniaks in Srebrenica within less than two weeks, a defiant Vucic told the world from the Serbian parliament:

“Come and bomb us, kill one Serb and we will kill 100 Muslims. And then we will see whether the international community dares to attack Serb positions and treat the Serb people this way.”

Kosovo still counts 1,643 civilians who went missing during the 1998-1999, when Vucic and Dacic were in power and worked closely with Slobodan Milosevic.