KOMARICA: INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SHARES BLAME FOR THE BRUTAL WAR IN THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
BANJA LUKA, Mar 22 (FENA) â€“ The international community is accomplice in the brutal war in the former Yugoslavia, and after the war it often continues punishing the victims, especially refugees and displaced persons, and rewarding those who had exiled them â€“ said the
bishop of Banja Luka, Franjo Komarica, during a meeting with the Irish ambassador for Slovenia, Croatia and BiH, Gerald Ansbro.
Bishop Komarica argumented that with concrete dates, places of meeting and names of his collocutors during the war and after, who clearly gave him to understand that the war had been planned long before and waged in an organized manner and that the so called big powers
were squaring accounts with each other at the expense of innocent people whom they misused for their selfish interests.
As the KTA reports, Komarica stressed the devastating fact that practically the Croats as the domicile people and the Catholic Church are no more in the Republika Srpska, and all this with the knowledge and acquiescence of the "humane" Europe and America. "I cannot accept", bishop Komarica is quoted as saying, "the allegation of a larger number of my collocutors from the international community that I and my people are to blame because we are Catholic, because we are Croats and because we want to stay in BiH."
"I am well aware that the international community has failed in BiH, and Ireland as its member admits its failure" â€“ said Ansbro and expressed the readiness of his country to help reconciliation and healing of wounds.