Žabljak
Oblačno
-4.8 °C
Pljevlja
Oblačno
-2.8 °C
Herceg Novi
Vedro
4.1 °C
Nikšić
Vedro
2.4 °C
Cetinje
Vedro
-4.8 °C
Bar
Vedro
9.1 °C
Podgorica
Vedro
7.7 °C
Ulcinj
Vedro
5.5 °C
Kolašin
Oblačno
-1.0 °C

We use cookies and google analytics tool to optimize the delivery of digital advertising to you. If you decline personalization of ads you will still see digital advertisements, but they will not be as relevant to you. We never collect sensitive information, and do not sell any of the data we collect. Under the GDPR regulations browser cookies are now considered sudo-anonymized personal data and since we use cookies to deliver relevant advertisements to you we would like to get your permission to do so.

I don't want my data to be used anymore for analytic purposes.

Balkans

17. 11. 2021. 00:00   >>  15:20 0

BELGRADE

New murals of Nazi collaborator, freedom fighter next to war criminal

The mural saga continued in Belgrade on Wednesday with two new ones painted next to the first dedicated to convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic, putting next to him a, Nazi collaborator and a freedom fighter.

In a bizarre attempt to recall parts of Serbia’s history, the faces of Draza Mihailovic, the commander of Chetniks, the Nazi collaborators in WW II, and of Field Marshal Zivojin Misic, celebrated commander in all Serbia’s liberation wars from 1876 to 1918, were painted to share the same building’s wall with the war criminal.

 

Mladic’s mural stood on the building wall in the central Belgrade Vracar municipality for months before the Youth Initiative for Human Rights announced its removal. The police banned it, briefly detained two activists throwing eggs against the mural, but stood peacefully during the rights’ group glorifying the war criminal.

 

A man managed to throw white paint at the mural. The rightists washed and restored it.

 

Another activist again threw black paint over Mladic’s face, but, again, the mural’s guardians washed and restored it.

 

The Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin defended the police presence at the scene as their successful operation to prevent the clash between the anti-fascists and the rightists, believed to be soccer hooligans.

 

Every mural has the Belgrade Partizan FC insignia.

Pratite nas na

Komentari 0

ostavi komentar

Ostavi komentar

Pravila komentarisanja sadržaja Portala RTCG
Poštujući načelo demokratičnosti, kao i pravo građana da slobodno i kritički iznose mišljenje o pojavama, procesima, događajima i ličnostima, u cilju razvijanja kulture javnog dijaloga, na Portalu nijesu dozvoljeni komentari koji vrijeđaju dostojanstvo ličnosti ili sadrže prijetnje, govor mržnje, neprovjerene optužbe, kao i rasističke poruke. Nijesu dozvoljeni ni komentari kojima se narušava nacionalna, vjerska i rodna ravnopravnost ili podstiče mržnja prema LGBT populaciji. Neće biti objavljeni ni komentari pisani velikim slovima i obimni "copy/paste" sadrzaji knjiga i publikacija.Zadržavamo pravo kraćenja komentara.

Da biste komentarisali vijesti pod vašim imenom

Ulogujte se

Novo