From 1992. Netherlands payed about 120 million euros to Srebrenica, but the amount disappeared, according to a documentary broadcast on Dutch public TV channel NED2.
The documentary announced that since 2005. the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs donated five million € pre anum, specifically for the restoration of Srebrenica town, building reconciliation as well as the identification of victims, so will be for the future.
The Dutch filmmaker tried to find at least one project funded by the money of his country; and all he found was a small plant for the production of wine and the collection of medicinal plants together with six employees, the “Daily Avaz” reports.
Sarajevo journalist Zvonko Maric explained to his Dutch colleagues that it is well known that Srebrenica was “the biggest money laundry device in the Balkans.”
“The tragedy of Srebrenica in Bosnia made lot of people very rich, but no one was found responsible nor suspicious for malversation nor money laundry,” Maric said.
The current mayor of Srebrenica Camil Durakovic, claims that a huge amount of money was “lost” in dealing with international humanitarian organizations. But it is more likely that the Srebrenica case is a unique example of an overall and widespread corruption.
source: Dnevni avaz;
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