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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 109 01 - Diskussion
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Ama, BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Stiglmayer 1994

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[Aides on the Mazowiecky Commission, the com-]mission of experts formed by the United Nations to investigate the human rights situation in the former Yugoslavia, complained about insufficient personnel and received no support from the UN member nations, although all governments, aid organizations, and human rights organizations have officially been called on to participate.

The two large organizations on the spot, the International Red Cross and the UN Commission on Refugees, were committed to neutrality and were overburdened. They were hardly able to tend to the masses of refugees and the needy, let alone ask them question about the war crimes. "Neither the International Red Cross nor any other humanitarian organization can solve this problem" said Red Cross security coordinator Didier Pradervand at the end of November 1992. "The international community itself must find the answer; it cannot rely on the humanitarian activities of the various organizations".373 An excellent example of the happenings at the time concerned the treatment of mass rape. The first refugees who fled from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Croatia in June 1992 had already reported rapes. Two month [sic] later, in August, the American journalist Roy Gutman wrote the first complete report about rapes of Muslim women by Serbian soldiers. At that time the co-workers of the United Nations Commission were already familiar with these reports.374


373 Interview on 30 November 1991 in Zagreb.

374 See Roy Gutman, Mass Rape — Muslims Recall Serb Attacks, Newsday 23 August 1992

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sion the commission of experts formed by the United Nations to investigate the human rights situation in the former Yugoslavia complain about insufficient personnel and receive no support from un member nations, although all governments, aid organizations, and human rights organizations have officially been called on to participate.

The two large organizations on the spot, the International Red Cross and the UN Commission on Refugees, are committed to neutrality and are overburdened. They are hardly able to tend to the masses of refugees and the needy, let alone ask them questions about war crimes. “Neither the International Red Cross nor any other humanitarian organization can solve this problem,” said Red Cross security coordinator Didier Pradervand at the end of November 1992. “The international community itself must find the answer; it cannot rely on the humanitarian activities of the various organizations.”74

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An excellent example is the treatment of mass rape. The first refugees who fled from Bosnia-Herzegovina to Croatia in June 1992 had already reported rapes. Two months later, in August, the American journalist Roy Gutman wrote the first complete report about the rapes of Muslim women by Serbian soldiers.75 At that time co-workers of the United Nations Commission on Refugees were already familiar with these reports.


74. Interview on November 30, 1991, in Zagreb.

75. See Roy Gutman, "Mass Rape — Muslims Recall Serb Attacks", Newsday August 23, 1992.

Anmerkungen

The source is given on page 107, but nothing is marked as a quotation.

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[2.] Ama/Fragment 109 32 - Diskussion
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About 8.000 Muslims men and boys were massacred in the eastern Bosnian town, in what became the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II. Bosnian Serb forces, supported by the military forces of Serbia, carried out the killings after overrunning the town, which the UN had declared a "safe area". About 8,000 Muslim men and boys were massacred in the eastern Bosnian town, in what became the worst atrocity to hit Europe since World War II.

Bosnian Serb forces carried out the killings after overrunning the town, which the UN had declared a "safe area".

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The source is given in Fn. 376 on the following page. This reference, however, covers the following literal quotations only and is given in the next paragraph.

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