21 July 2023

“Immigration, Expatriation and Genocide Symposium” Organized in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Immigration, Expatriation and Genocide Symposium about the Srebrenica genocide was held in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the support of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA).

The Srebrenica genocide, which is considered the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II, remains an open wound for the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina after 28 years.

The Prime Minister of Tuzla Canton, İrfan Halilagic; the Social Sciences University of Ankara Rector, Prof. Dr. Musa Kazım Arıcan; University of Tuzla Rector, Nermina Hadzigrahic; and plenty of academicians and researchers, who are experts in the fields, attended the Immigration, Expatriation and Genocide Symposium, which was held to tell and introduce the suffering to the world public opinion with the cooperation of TİKA, Social Sciences University of Ankara and University of Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

After the opening and first-day sessions, the symposium came to an end on Saturday, July 8, 2023, with the second-day sessions at the University of Tuzla.

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