On Tuesday, Seselj stated during his closing arguments that Serbs were not the aggressors, since they had only defended their land.
“Serbs were not aggressors, and I did not encourage anyone to commit any criminal offence. And you have not proven here that I am responsible for such crimes, as you listed in the indictment,” he said.
Seselj finished his closing arguments on Tuesday. The presiding judge, Jean-Claude Antonetti, announced that the Trial Chamber will set the date for verdict in the upcoming days.
Seselj case is one of the longest cases in the history of the ICTY and it took nine years so far.