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SERBIA'S PREZ URGES RECONCILIATION AT WWII CROAT CONCENTRATION CAMP


26.06.2011. / The Associated Press

Serbia's President Boris Tadic has urged reconciliation at the site of a concentration camp in Croatia where thousands of Serbs were killed during World War II.

Tadic attended a ceremony Sunday marking the 70th anniversary of the Jadovno camp, which was set up by the pro-Nazi Croatian regime in 1941. Tadic's grandfather and other family members were killed in the camp.

Tadic says "innocent victims deserve our remembrance." He says "Croatia and Serbia have a special responsibility toward the victims and a special role in the European region."

Tens of thousands of Serbs, Jews, Roma and anti-fascist Croats were killed by the Croatian regime during WWII. Serbs and Croats fought each other again during the Balkan wars in 1990s'.

The two nations are now seeking European Union membership.




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