The President of the Republic of Srpska Željka Cvijanović laid a wreath today in Banja Luka at the Life Memorial on the occasion of marking the 29th anniversary of the loss of 12 Banja Luka babies.
The President of the Republic of Srpska pointed out that the institutions of Srpska must never forget the severe tragedy of the suffering of 12 babies in Banja Luka in 1992.
“The institutions of the Republic of Srpska must not forget such a difficult tragedy which was a family one, but this was also the tragedy of the Republic of Srpska”, said the President of the Republic of Srpska.
The President of the Republic of Srpska highlighted that the death of Banja Luka’s babies was intentionally caused by the world powers, and that we should always speak about what had happened.
“This is not the result of some difficult battles, but the result of a decision that should have been made, but was not made at the time, as it would be humane to expect in difficult war times”, said the President of the Republic.
The President Cvijanović reminded that there were children among the suffered babies who belonged to the families of different nationalities as well.
The President of Srpska pointed out that the Republic of Srpska should remember, strengthen itself and its institutions, it should work and cooperate with everyone, and added it should believe in itself and its capacity the most.
The President of the Republic pointed out the obligation of everyone to remember such difficult dates, to draw serious lessons from it.
“To understand that someone once put us in an internationally imposed fictional concept and that because of that, all those sufferings and all those injustices followed and we had to survive. Even today, we experience various injustices, but it is our obligation to strengthen the Republic of Srpska”, it was pointed out by the President of the Republic.
The President of the Republic of Srpska concluded that all those people who selflessly gave support, tried and tried to deliver oxygen and served to the citizens and families must never be forgotten.