(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Ny Tid has run a very good series of articles about Bosnia-Herzegovina over several issues in connection with the tenth anniversary of the massacre in Srebrenica. Arne Johan Vetlesen accuses Thorvald Stoltenberg of agreeing with the Serbian extremists because Stoltenberg has stated "You can not force people to live together." In Ny Tid on 26 August, Stoltenberg receives support from Gunnar Garbo, who writes “But of course Stoltenberg was right. You can't FORCE people to live together. ”
But in Bosnia-Herzegovina, ethnic groups actually lived together. The Norwegian social anthropologist Tone Bringa stayed before the war 1992-1995 in a village north of Sarajevo where people were either Croats or Muslims (interview in Klassekampen 05.09.1995). In the neighboring village they were. . .
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