Putin started talking about massacre: In response to return of control over entire Russian-Ukrainian border to Ukraine | QHA media
11 December 2019, 14:12

Putin started talking about massacre: In response to return of control over entire Russian-Ukrainian border to Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is threatening with bloody consequences if Ukraine gains control of the Russian-Ukrainian border in areas temporarily beyond the control of Ukraine, according to TASS.

“The Ukrainian side always raises the issue: “Give us the opportunity to close the border with troops.” Well, I imagine what will begin next. It will be Srebrenica, that’s it. We saw how President Zelensky conducted discussions with nationalists. It is clear who is stronger there. And what will happen there? And who will lead them, these nationalists, when they enter these territories without assurances people,” Putin said.

Also, the President of the Russian Federation said that in Paris he had discussed until three in the morning with the President of Ukraine the possible persecution of the militants of the certain districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions (ORDLO).

“The law on amnesty has not yet been adopted, we agreed in 2015, agreed that they would pass the law, some decisions are made there, but nothing has been adopted,” Putin said.

The Srebrenica massacre is one of the most large-scale war crimes committed during the war in Bosnia on July 13-22, 1995. Bosnian Serbs plotted and committed the massacre of about 8 thousand male Bosnian Muslims aged 12 to 77 years. The massacre was committed in the area of ​​the Bosnian city of Srebrenica after it was captured by the Republika Srpska army under the command of General Ratko Mladic with the complicity of the paramilitary group Scorpio under the control of the Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

At the end of February 2007, the International Court of Justice recognized the Srebrenica massacre as genocide. In 2011, Mladic was arrested in Serbia and extradited to The Hague. The trial of Mladic began on May 16, 2012, and on November 22, 2017, the Hague Tribunal sentenced Mladic to life imprisonment, convicting him of genocide and crimes against humanity.