Original title: Serbia mourn NATO bombing victims Vucic: they will not be forgotten
China News Service, March 25th, a comprehensive report, on the 24th local time, Serbian President Vucic attended the memorial service for the victims of the NATO bombing of the Yugoslavia and delivered a speech. Vucic said that the victims of the bombing will not be forgotten.
According to reports, at the event, Vucic read out the names of the victims killed in the bombing, saying that they would not be forgotten. Vucic also said that NATO’s aggression 23 years ago will never be forgotten.
On March 24, 1999, without the authorization of the Security Council, NATO led by the United States carried out a 78-day continuous bombing of the Yugoslavia, killing at least 2,500 innocent civilians and injuring about 10,000 people, most of them civilians.
In February 2003, the FRY changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro (Serbia and Montenegro). On June 3, 2006, Montenegro declared independence. On the 5th of the same month, Serbia announced that it would inherit the status of the main body of Serbia and Montenegro’s international law and become an independent country.