Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin said that NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 killed international law, adding that Serbia recovered but the international law had not, BETA news agency reported.
Vulin made these remarks at the opening of the round table “NATO Aggression – Causes and Consequences” and noted that Serbia “has survived thanks to its army, police and people”.
“International law has died. Permanently and surely. The great powers no longer had any need to explain their actions with any legalities – force was sufficient,” Vulin is quoted as saying.
“The Serbian people had no reason to bow their heads before anyone or be ashamed, not in 1999 or 20 years later, but there is a reason to ask the mighty and powerful how many decades it would take for them to admit the crime they have committed,” Vulin said.