Today, a member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina eljko Kom i issued a statement on the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance DayHolocaust Remembrance Day.
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance DayHolocaust Remembrance Day. Since the liberation of the largest Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz, 78 years have passed. The time is passing by. There are fewer and fewer Holocaust witnesses who can testify about the horrors they survived, writes Kom i Kom i, who stated that the Holocaust, even though it was driven by hatred for the Jews in World War II, was a terrible crime that affected the consciousness of society as a whole.
Whenever we say never again, it happens again. We are therefore obliged to remember the victims of the Holocaust, the victims of the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina, the genocide in Srebrenica and the victims of the crimes that are unfortunately repeated today in Ukraine and around the world. In a statement from the BiH Presidency, Kom i said that we must remind ourselves that we must fight against all forms of hatred, fascism and anti-Semitism for the benefit of future generations.