"Include names of NATO's RTS victims on CPJ list"

The Trade Union of Journalists of Serbia (SINOS) wants 16 RTS employees killed by NATO to be included on the list of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).

Source: Tanjug
RTS logo in Serbian
RTS logo in Serbian

SINOS said in a statement that the night when NATO bombs killed 16 media workers in their workplace marked the beginning of the practice of unprovoked military attacks on media outlets in other parts of the world as well.

SINOS supported the assessment of Human Rights Watch that the attack on the RTS building in Belgrade and its studios 20 years ago was a deliberate attack on a civilian building, which makes it a war crime, and remains in the demand that the perpetrators of this war crime must be punished.


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