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Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide - Shared screen with speaker view
Ferid Sefer
20:57
Hello from Chicago
Meto Koloski
22:11
Hi from Washington, D.C.! Thank you for hosting this important commemoration!
John Rosenbaum
38:57
Thank you, Dr. Suljagic.
Ferid Sefer
39:39
Thank you, Dr. Suljagic.
Nermina Mujagić
40:08
Thank you, Dr. Suljagic.
John Rosenbaum
58:32
Thank you, Amb. Power.
Ferid Sefer
59:10
Thank you, Amb. Power
Samantha Power
59:47
Thank you all for joining. It is a privilege to be part of this.
Tom Simpson
01:03:18
Thank you for your witness, dear Adisada <3
Sabina Djutovic-Alivodic
01:09:14
Bosnian state parliament still did not adopt the law to ban negating the genocide… still -- 25 years after Srebrenica!? What can be done? Can you reflect on this?
Sabina Djutovic-Alivodic
01:10:04
thank you Adisada for sharing your story.
John Rosenbaum
01:14:07
Thank you, Ms. Hoque, for sharing your painful & moving experience with us today.
Ferid Sefer
01:15:55
Thank you, Ms. Hoque
John Rosenbaum
01:29:32
Thank you, Prof. Rosensaft.
Ferid Sefer
01:29:59
Thank you, Prof. Rosensaft.
Gideon Culman
01:30:14
Thank you very much, Prof Rosensaft.
John Rosenbaum
01:47:57
Thank you, Amb. Nelson. Surely, work for reconciliation, but keep war criminals from being rewarded.
Nermina Mujagić
01:49:14
Thank you a lot all panelists for notes about Srebrenica Genocide. Please, would you be so kind and tell us more about the role of ICTY. Did the ICTY provide some kind of satisfaction for victims and what we should do more to achieve justice?
Ferid Sefer
01:49:40
Thank you very much Mr. Amb. Nelson
John Rosenbaum
02:01:30
Thank you, Ms. Sefer, for suggesting effective solutions, especially not telling survivors how to feel and “to get over it.”
Tom Simpson
02:01:52
Thank you, Ida!! <3
Ferid Sefer
02:03:15
Thank you, Ms. Sefer what you doing for BiH
Haris Hrle
02:03:38
ACBH, thank you for this virtual bridge between the USA and Bosnia, who keeps the memory of the Srebrenica Genocide alive. Meetings like this strengthen the relationship between the USA and Bosnia, and give Bosnians strength to move forward with political and economical issues, as well as promote Bosnian Euro-Atlantic, NATO integration. Greetings from sunny Sarajevo to all of you.
Sabina Djutovic-Alivodic
02:06:46
Thank you Elmina
Ferid Sefer
02:08:29
Thank you Elmina and all panelist
Meto Koloski
02:10:11
Thank you ACBH for all you do to keep the memories alive of all victims and for giving survivors an opportunity to share their stories of heartbreak. This program today made me even more optimistic for the future of Bosnia, and Bosnian communities abroad.
John Rosenbaum
02:11:06
Thank you, Ms. Kulasic, for sharing your painful & moving personal experiences with us.
Jasmina Omerbegovic
02:11:47
Dear Adisada, Ida, Elmina and dr. Suljagic, thank you for proudly fighting for the truth about Srebrenica and keeping the truth about Bosnia.