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REMEMBERING THE HEROE 11. 07. 2013.   >>  17:25 0

REMEMBERING THE HEROE

A boulevard in Podgorica named after Srdjan Aleksic

On the occasion of celebration 11 Jully - Day of Remebrance of civil war victims, boulevard across the Memorial Park Pobrezje in Podgorica was officially named after Srdjan Aleksic , who was in 1993. killed in Trebinje when he defended a friend of Muslim religion.

‘’By opening the boulevar named after tragically killed Aleksic, Podgorica will keep memory of him, who, protecting the young guy of other  nation and religión, showed true principles that we should live upon’’, Podgorica Mayor Miomir Mugosa said. 

He added that Aleksic is an example that in the winds of war, when most lose their human qualities, it is still posible to be a man, and that means being willing to put interests of other ahead of their own, even at the cost of losing life. "

Srdjan’s father Rade Aleksic attended the ceremony of opening the boulevard in honour of his heroic son:’’ After the war, they asked me  how did I feel, and I said that I had a beautiful country that I loved, and then came the war, and everything was taken from me,  Niksic and Podgorica, Zagreb, Split, Belgrade, Novi Sad but, as time goes by, thanks to you, Srdjan is bringing back to me everything that was lost "said Srdjan's father today.

Rade said that today Srdjan brought him back Podgorica too and that, to him, this town is now closer and dearer that ever.

Ministers within the government, Dusko Markovic Suad Numanović, Sanja Vlahovic, Rasko Konjevic representatives of the parliamentary parties, the Bosniak Forum, as well as the Diplomats, laid flowers at the Memorial Park.

Srdjan Aleksic was killed in 1993 at the height of the war, after a gang of Bosnian Serb soldiers who were searching for Muslims in the town’s market found his friend Alen Glavovic and started beating him up.

Aleksic came to his friend’s aid but four soldiers turned on him and beat him to death with rifle butts. He fell into a coma and died on January 27, 1993. 

One of the four attackers was killed during the war, while the remaining three were sentenced to two years and six months in prison each.

The story of Aleksic’s wartime stand, at a point when Serbs and Bosniaks were enemies, spread right across the former Yugoslavia. 

A plaque on a street in Sarajevo that is named after Aleksic reads: “Without people like Srdjan Aleksic and his heroic deeds, one would lose hope in humanity, and without it our life would have no meaning.”

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