Libya: Delegation from Serbia in Jamhiriya TV

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  1. kruitvat Post author

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999)
    From the onset of NATO aggression against our country up to 19 April 1999, the North Atlantic Alliance made over 7,000 criminal attacks against the territory of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. 700 warplanes, of which 530 combat planes, were used; more than 2000 cruise missileswere launched and over 6,000 tons of explosives were dropped.
    About 500 civilians were killed and more than 4,000 sustained serious injuries e.g.:
    in Kursumlija: 13 dead and 25 wounded;
    in Pancevo: 2 dead and 4 wounded;
    in Cacak: one dead and 7 wounded;
    in Kragujevac: over 120 workers were wounded during an attack on the car factory “Zastava”;
    in Vranje: two dead and 23 wounded;
    in Aleksinac: 12 dead and more than 40 wounded;
    in Nagavac village, Orahovac municipality: 11 dead and 5 wounded;
    in Pristina: 10 dead and 8 wounded;
    Grdelicka gorge: 55 killed and 16 wounded;
    attack on two refugee columns, with four cruise missiles, on the Djakovica-Prizren
    road: 75 killed and 100 wounded, of whom 26 critically;
    in the village of Srbica: 10 killed, among whom 7 children;
    Belgrade suburb of Batajnica: a three year old girl was killed, and five civilians wounded.
    Three million children are endangered in our country as a result of war and bombardment by NATO.
    After these barbarian attacks hundreds of thousands citizens have been exposed to poisonous gasses which can have a lasting consequences on the health of the entire population and the environment.
    After the demolition of the Petrovaradin bridge, Novi Sad and Petrovaradin were cut of water supply (600 000 citizens) since the main and city pipeline was constructed into the bridge. About one million citizens in our country are short of water supply due to the bombardment of NATO.
    About 500 000 workers became jobless due to the total destruction of industrial facilities all around the country. Two million citizens have no means for living and cannot ensure the minimum for existence.
    Overall material damage is enormous. Preliminary estimates indicate that barbaric air strikes of the NATO alliance, since the beginning of the unprovoked aggression on the SR of Yugoslavia, on industrial, commercial and civil facilities and structures, have incurred damages in excess of 10 billion dollars. In the territory of the northern province of Vojvodine alone, damages have been estimated in excess of 3,5 billion dollars.

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  2. kruitvat Post author

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999) The road and railway networks, especially road and rail bridges, most of which were destroyed or damaged beyond repair, suffered extensive destruction. The targets of attacks were such communications as:
    BRIDGES (11 DESTROYED AND 13 DAMAGED)
    1.The Varadin Bridge over the Danube was destroyed (on 1 April 1999);
    2.The “Sloboda” (Freedom) Bridge over the Danube was destroyed (on 4 April 1999);
    3.The “Mladosti” (Youth) Bridge over the Danube, connecting Backa Palanka with Ilok, was damaged (on 4 April 1999);
    4.The new railway bridge over the Danube connecting Bogojevo and Erdut was damaged (on 5 April 1999);
    5.The road bridge over the Danube, connecting Bogojevo with Erdut was damaged (on 5 April 1999);
    6.The bridge over the Danube along the Beograd-Novi Sad road, near Beska, Indjija municipality, was damaged (on 1 April 1999);
    7.The road bridge along the Magura Belacevac road, 15 kilometres from Pristina, suffered extensive damage;
    8.The “Zezeljov” Bridge in Novi Sad was damaged (on 5 April 1999);
    9.The bridge over the Ibar river, Biljanovac municipality, was damaged (on 5 – 13 April 1999);
    10.The bridge over the Vrbacka river near Jezgrovic was destroyed (on 5 April 1999);
    11.The “Lozno” railway bridge near Usce was destroyed (on 5 April 1999);
    12.The road bridge on the road leading to Brvenik, near Usce, was destroyed (on 5 April 1999);
    13.The bridge along the Nis-Pristina primary road, near Kursumlija, suffered extensive damage (on 5 April 1999);
    14.The bridge near Zubin Potok was destroyed (on 5 April 1999);
    15.The Grdelica gorge railway bridge was damaged (on 12 April 1999);
    16.The road bridge over the Kosanica river near Kursumlija was damaged (on 13 April 1999);
    17.The old bridge on the river Rasina in the town of Krusevac (12-13 April 1999);
    18.The Krusevac-Pojate bridge on the river Zapadna Morava, at the village of Jasika, was destroyed (on 13 April 1999);
    19.The railway bridge on the river Lim, between Priboj and Prijepolje, near hydroelectric power station Bistrica was destroyed (on 15 April 1999);
    20.The road bridge on the river Toplica, on the Nis-Pristina road near the town of Kursumlija, was heavily damaged (14 and 19 April 1999);
    21.The bridge on the river Ibar, at the village of Biljanovac near Raska, sustained heavy damages (15.04.1999.);
    22.The bridge between Smederevo and Kovin has been destroyed (16 April 1999);
    23.The railway bridge on the river Kostajnica, near Kursumlija, has sustained heavy damages and is out of service (18.04.1999.);
    24.The bridge on the river Kosanica, at the village of Selo Visoko, has sustained heavy damages and is out of service (18.04.1999.);

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  3. kruitvat Post author

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    RAILWAYS RAILWAY STATIONS (12)
    1.The Kraljevo – Kosovo Polje rail, near Ibarska Slatina;
    2.The Belgrade – Bar rail, due to the destruction of the railway track near the village of Strbce and destruction of the bridge on the river Lim, between Priboj and Prijepolje;
    3.The Kursumlija – Prokuplje rail, near Pepeljevac village;
    4.The Kraljevo – Kosovo Polje rail, near Ibarska Slatina;
    5.The Nis – Pristina rail, near Kursumlija;
    6.”Sarpelj” tunnel, near Jerinje village, 15 km north of Leposavic towards Raska, was destroyed;
    7.Railway station in Kraljevo (Bogutovac);
    8.Railway station in Kosovo Polje;
    9.The Belgrade – Thessaloniki rail, due to the destruction of the bridge in the Grdelica gorge;
    10.Railway station in the town of Biljanovac;
    11.Railway track and overpass (Josinacka Banja) near the town of Biljanovac;
    12.Railway track Kursumlija – Podujevo, due to damages on the railway bridge at Kursumlija;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  4. kruitvat Post author

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    ROADS AND TRANSPORTERS (6 MAJOR ROADS)
    1.Ibarska primary road, due to damages to the bridge on the Ibar river, Biljanovac municipality, and destruction of the road between Pozega and Cacak;
    2.Belgrade-Zagreb highway, near Stari Banovci;
    3.Traffic suspended on the Kosovska Mitrovica-Ribarici section of the Adriatic highway due to the destruction of the bridge over the Vrbacka river;
    4.”Jedinstvo” bus station in Vranje sustained extensive damage;
    5.”Kosmet Prevoz” transporter in Gnjilane (a hangar full of new buses);
    6.Kraljevo-Raska primary road;
    7.Bus station in Pristina;
    8.Traffic has been suspended on the Krusevac-Pojate road due to the destruction of the bridge on the Zapadna Morava, in the village of Jasika;
    9.Traffic has been suspended on the Nis-Pristina road, due to the fact that the bridge on the river Toplica, near the town of Kursumlija, has sustained heavy damage;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  5. kruitvat Post author

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    AIRPORTS (7)
    “Slatina” in Pristina; “Batajnica” and “Surcin” in Belgrade; Nis airport; “Ponikve” in Uzice; “Golubovac” in Podgorica, “Ladjevci” airport near Kraljevo; agricultural and sports airfield in Sombor.
    The air strikes have so far destroyed or damaged all over the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia several thousand economic facilities and dwellings. In the Leskovac region alone, over 3,500 industrial facilities and dwellings were either destroyed or damaged.
    The devastation of NATO forces was particularly manifest in Pristina, Novi Sad, Aleksinac, Djakovica, Prokuplje, Gracanica, Cuprija, etc. Housing blocks on the outskirts of Belgrade – Kijevo Knecevac, Batajnica, Jakovo, Borca, as well as the area around Pancevo, were under attack.

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  6. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    INDUSTRY AND TRADE
    The NATO attacks targeted the factories and industrial facilities which directly cater for the needs of the population, among which are:
    1.”Lola Utva” agricultural aircraft factory in Pancevo;
    2.”Galenika” drug factory in Belgrade;
    3.”Zdravlje” pharmaceutical plant in Leskovac;
    4.”Sloboda” white goods factory in Cacak;
    5.”Din” tobacco industry in Nis;
    6.”Elektronska industrija” factory in Nis;
    7.”Div” cigarette factory in Vranje;
    8.Tubes factory in Urosevac;
    9.”Jastrebac” machine industry in Nis;
    10.”Milan Blagojevic” chemical plant in Lucani;
    11.Plastics factory in Pristina;
    12.”Binacka Morava” hydro construction company in Gnjilane;
    13.”Nova Jugoslavija” printers in Vranje;
    14.Facilities of the “Beograd” rail company in Nis;
    15.Over 250 commercial and crafts shops in Djakovica were destroyed;
    16.”Dijana” shoe factory in Sremska Mitrovica;
    17.”Zastava” car factory in Kragujevac;
    18.”14 Oktobar” machine factory in Krusevac;
    19.Cotton yarn factory in PriStina;
    20.”Krusik” holding corporation in Valjevo;
    21.”Ciklonizacija” in Novi Sad;
    22.”Tehnogas” in Novi Sad;
    23.”Novograp” in Novi Sad;
    24.”Gumins” in Novi Sad;
    25.”Albus” in Novi Sad;
    26.”Petar Drapsin” in Novi Sad;
    27.”Motins” in Novi Sad;
    28.”Izolacija” in Novi Sad;
    29.”Novokabel” in Novi Sad;
    30.”Istra” fittings factory in Kula;
    31.The port of Bogojevo;
    32.Industrial complex “Dvadeset Prvi Maj” in Rakovica;
    33.Machine building plant “Industrija Motora Rakovica” in Rakovica;
    34.Factory “Jugostroj” in Pancevo;
    35.Factory “Frigostroj” in Pancevo;
    36.Surface coal mine “Belacevac”;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  7. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    REFINERIES AND WAREHOUSES
    Refineries and warehouses storing liquid raw materials and chemicals intended for the oil and chemical industry, were hit in Pancevo, Novi Sad, Sombor and elsewhere, causing large contamination of soil and the air
    1.Fuel storage in Lipovica, which caused a great fire in the Lipovica forest (on 26 March 1999);
    2.Oil Refinery in Pancevo – totally demolished (4-16 April 1999);
    3.”Jugopetrol” installations in Smederevo (on 4-13 April 1999);
    4.”Jugopetrol” storage in Sombor (on 7 April 1999);
    5.”Beopetrol” storages in Belgrade and Bogutovac (on 4 April 1999);
    6.”Beopetrol” fuel storage in Pristina (on 7 April 1999);
    7.Fuel storage of the boiler plant in Novi Beograd (on 4 April 1999);
    8.Thermo electric power station/boiler plant in Novi Sad (on 5 April 1999);
    9.Oil Refinery in Novi Sad, storage of bitumen (5 and 6 April 1999);
    10.Fuel storage “Naftagas promet” which is located 10 km from Sombor (5 April 1999);
    11.Naftagas warehouse between Conoplje and Kljaicevo (Sombor);
    12.Jugopetrol warehouse in Pristina (on 12 April 1999);
    13.Jugopetrol petrol station in Pristina ( on 13 April 1999);
    14.Petrochemical industry “DP HIP PETROHEMIJA” in Pancevo – totally demolished (14-15 April 1999);
    15.Fertilizer plant “DP HIP AZOTARA” in Pancevo – totally destroyed (14-15 April 1999);
    16.Chemical plant “Prva Iskra” in Baric – destruction of the production line (19 April 1999);

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  8. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    AGRICULTURE
    1.PIK “Kopaonik” in Kursumlija;
    2.PIK “Mladost” in Gnjilane;
    3.Agricultural Complex “Malizgan” in Dolac;
    4.Agricultural Complex “Djuro Strugar” in Kula;
    5.In forest fires caused by NATO cruise missiles and bombs over 250 hectares of forests have been burned down;
    6.Several thousand hectares of fertile land, many rivers, lakes and underground waters have been polluted due to the spillage of petrochemical substances, oil spills and slicks;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  9. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    HOSPITALS AND HEALTH CARE CENTRES (16)
    NATO aviation also targeted many hospitals and health-care institutions, which have been partially damaged or totally destroyed, including:
    Hospital and Medical Centre in the territory in Leskovac;
    Hospital and Poly-clinic in Nis;
    Gerontological Centre in Leskovac;
    General Hospital in Djakovica;
    City Hospital in Novi Sad;
    Gynaecological Hospital and Maternity Ward of the Clinical Centre in Belgrade;
    Neuropsychiatric Ward “Dr. Laza Lazarevic” and Central Pharmacy of the Emergency Centre in Belgrade;
    Army Medical Academy in Belgrade;
    Medical Centre and Ambulance Centre in Aleksinac;
    “Sveti Sava” hospital in Belgrade;
    Medical Centre in Kraljevo;
    Dispensary on Mount Zlatibor;
    Health Care Centre in Rakovica;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  10. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    SCHOOLS (MORE THAN 190 FACILITIES)
    Over 190 schools, faculties and facilities for students and children were damaged or destroyed (over 20 faculties, 6 collages, 40 secondary and 80 elementary schools, 6 student dormitories), including:
    Elementary schools “16. oktobar” and “Vladimir Rolovic” in Belgrade;
    Day-care centre in settlement Petlovo Brdo in Belgrade;
    Two secondary schools in the territory of Nis;
    Elementary schools “Toza Markovic”, “Djordje Natosevic”, “Veljko Vlahovic”, “Sangaj” and “Djuro Danicic” and a day-care centre “Duga” in Novi Sad and creches in Visarionova Street and in the neighbourhood of Sangaj; Traffic School Centre, Faculty of Philosophy;
    Four elementary schools and a Medical high school in the territory of Leskovac;
    Elementary school in Lucane, as well as a larger number of education facilities in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija;
    Faculties of Law and Economics and elementary school “Radoje Domanovic” in Nis;
    Elementary schools in Kraljevo and the villages of Cvetka, Aketa and Ladjevci;
    In Sombor: elementary schools “Ivo Lola Ribar”, “A. Mrazovic”, “N. Vukicevic” and “Nikola Tesla” in Kljajicevo;
    School centre in Kula;
    Elementary school and Engineering secondary school centre in Rakovica;

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  11. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    PUBLIC AND HOUSING FACILITIES (TENS OF THOUSANDS)
    Severe damage to the facilities of the Republican and Federal Ministry of the Interior in Belgrade (3 April 1999),
    Damage to the building of the Institute for Security of the Ministry of the Interior in Banjica (3 April 1999);
    Severe damage to the TV RTS studio in Pristina;
    Heavy damage to Hydro-Meteorological Station (Bukulja, near Arandjelovac);
    Post Office in Pristina destroyed (7 April 1999);
    Refugee centre in Pristina destroyed (7 April 1999);
    “Tornik” ski resort on Mount Zlatibor (on 8 April 1999);
    “Divcibare” mountain resort (on 11 April 1999);
    “Baciste” Hotel on Mount Kopaonik (on 12 April 1999);
    City power plant in the town of Krusevac (12-13 April 1999);
    Meteorological Station on Mount Kopaonik damaged (on 13 April 1999);
    Four libraries in Rakovica sustained heavy damage: “Radoje Dakic”, “Isidora Sekulic”, “Milos Crnjanski” and “Dusan Matic”;
    Refugee camp “7 juli” in Paracin has sustained heavy damage;
    Office building of the Provincial Executive Council of Vojvodina, Novi Sad;
    Several thousand housing facilities damaged or destroyed, privately or State owned, across Yugoslavia – most striking examples being housing blocks in downtown Aleksinac and those near Post Office in Pristina.

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  12. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    INFRASTRUCTURE
    Electrical Power Supply in Batajnica (26 March 1999);
    Damage to water supply system in Zemun (5 April 1999);
    Damage to a power station in Bogutovac (10 April 1999);
    Telephone lines cut off in Bogutovac (10 April 1999);
    Damage to a power station in Pristina (12 April 1999);
    Damage to Bistrica hydroelectric power station in Polinje (13 April 1999);

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  13. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    TELECOMMUNICATIONS, TV TRANSMITTERS (17)
    1.Jastrebac (Prokuplje)
    2.Gucevo (Loznica)
    3.Cot (Fruska Gora)
    4.Grmija (Pristina)
    5.Bogutovac (Pristina)
    6.TV transmitter on Mt Goles (Pristina)
    7.Mokra Gora (Pristina)
    8.Kutlovac (Stari Trg)
    9.”Cigota” (Uzice)
    10.”Tornik” (Uzice)
    11.Transmitter on Crni Vrh (Jagodina)
    12.Satellite station (in Prilike near Ivanjica)
    13.TV masts and transmitters (Novi Sad)
    14.TV transmitter on Mt Ovcara (Cacak)
    15.TV transmitter in Kijevo (Belgrade)
    16.TV transmitter on Mt Cer
    17.Communications relay on Mt Jagodnji (Krupanj)

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  14. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    CULTURAL-HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND RELIGIOUS SHRINES
    MEDIEVAL MONASTERIES AND RELIGIOUS SHRINES (16)
    1.Monastery Gracanica from 14th century (24 March – 6 April 1999);
    2.Monastery Rakovica from 17th century (29 March 1999);
    3.Patriarchate of Pec (1 April 1999);
    4.Church in Jelasnica near Surdulica (4 April 1999);
    5.Monastery of the Church of St. Juraj (built in 1714) in Petrovaradin (1 April 1999);
    6.Monastery of Holy Mother (12th century) at the estuary of the Kosanica in the Toplica – territory of municipality of Kursumlija (4 April 1999);
    7.Monastery of St. Nicholas (12th century) in the territory of the municipality of Kursumlija (4 April 1999);
    8.Monastery of St. Archangel Gabriel in Zemun (5 April 1999);
    9.Roman Catholic Church St. Antonio in Djakovica (29 March 1999);
    10.Orthodox cemetery in Gnjilane (30 March 1999);
    11.Monuments destroyed in Bogutovac (8 April 1999);
    12.”Kadinjaca” memorial complex (8 April 1999);
    13.Vojlovica monastery near Pancevo (12 April 1999);
    14.Hopovo monastery, iconostasis damaged (12 April 1999);
    15.Orthodox Christian cemetery in Pristina (12 April 1999);
    16.Monastery church St, Archangel Michael in Rakovica (16 April 1999);

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  15. Boeykens

    THE NATO-BOMBINGS OF YUGOSLAVIA (24.3.1999- 19.4.1999):
    CULTURAL-HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND MUSEUMS (8)
    1.Severe damage to the roof structure of the Fortress of Petrovaradin (1 April 1999);
    2.Heavy damage to “Tabacki bridge”, four centuries old, in Djakovica (5 April 1999);
    3.Substantial damage to the building in Stara Carsija (Old street) in Djakovica (5 April 1999);
    4.Destroyed archives housed in one of the Government buildings in Belgrade (3 April 1999);
    5.Memorial complex in Gucevo (Loznica);
    6.Memorial complex “Sumarice” in Kragujevac;
    7.Vojvodina Museum in Novi Sad;
    8.Old Military Barracks in Kragujevac – under the protection of the state (16 April 1999);

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia)

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  16. Boeykens

    ‘The US political consensus on Libya has been weak and unconventional from the start, involving for example, cross-party alliances between normal polar opposites like Kucinich and Boehner. However, by plying Congress with excuses devoid of truth and logic instead of attempts at consensus and engagement, the Obama administration is not only failing to lead, it is asserting a profound, hypocritical and dangerous expansion of executive power. The American people deserve better.’
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2011/jun/17/obama-libya-war-powers

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