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The Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada is of the opinion that the announced discussion on the activities of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia which will take place at the UN General Assembly on 10 April 2013 should focus on strengthening international law and protecting the victims of past and future crimes rather than serving individuals and countries whose aim is to (mis)use the international legal system for their own interests.

Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada invites  all representatives of Bosniak and Bosnian and Herzegovina associations and individuals from all around the world to write a letter of similar content to their politicians and government representatives in order to prevent a diplomatic fraud which is in works for April 10th of this year at the UN General Assembly event perpetrated by Vuk Jeremic and in fact state of Serbia where he is coming from and to the detriment of the idea of humanity and peace, basics on which the Organization of UN is based upon.

The Urgent letter from more than fifty of the most respected experts in the field of international law; Members of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada regarding the Vuk Jeremic Agenda in the United Nations.

More: IGC Letter to Canadian political officials regarding Vuk Jeremic Agenda in the United Nations

CNAB and ACBH Letter to Amb. Susan Rice regarding Vuk Jeremic Agenda in the United Nations

More: http://www.bosniak.org/cnab-and-acbh-letter-to-amb-susan-rice-regarding-vuk-jeremic-agenda-in-the-united-nations/

All three Hague war crimes tribunals have turned down the invitation to attend a discussion on their work convened for April 10 in New York by UN General Assembly President Vuk Jeremic, the president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Theodor Meron, has said.

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Vuk Jeremic, the hyper-kinetic Serbian president of the U.N. General Assembly, is on a mission to restore Serbia’s prestige on the world stage.

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