Macedonian parliament adopts Srebrenica resolution

The Macedonian parliament adopted a declaration of support to the European parliament (EP) Srebrenica Genocide Resolution of January 15, 2010.

The Resolution condemns the massacre in 1995 in Srebrenica.

The Macedonian Parliament supports the European parliament Resolution on Srebrenica and will accordingly mark July 11 as genocide remembrance day for the victims, the declaration states.

The declaration was submitted by nine MPs, including Speaker Trajko Veljanoski.

The declaration was adopted on the basis of Macedonia’s firm commitment to fostering relations among states on the basis of good neighborliness and peaceful cooperation, the document says.

Macedonia is also committed to cooperation with the Hague Tribunal and to its Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union, the document says.

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