SCULPTURE Srebreniak who calls SON TO DEATH

SARAJEVO: a sculpture Srebreniak who calls SON TO DEATH.

In Great Park in Sarajevo yesterday was placed a sculpture Srebreniak Ramo that was in July 1995 calling his son Nermin to surrender. The author of the sculpture is the artist Mensud Keco.

SCULPTURE Srebreniak who calls SON TO DEATH
Ramo called his son Nermin “Nermineee, come down, free with Serbs. Everyone come on … “

In Sarajevo Great Park today a sculpture artist Mensud Keča, showing sculpture Srebreniak Ramo, which Serbian soldiers in July 1995 forced him to call his son to death.

Ramo called his son Nermin “Nermineee, come down, free with Serbs. Everyone come on … “
Serbian soldiers told them that they will not do anything.

Keco earlier said that the scene has been following him for years.

The scene when Ramo Osmanovic calls his son

“It was the most horrible scene, even worse than the one where you see directly killing. I could not react to it. I made a sculpture called ‘Nermin, come on’. Feet tall, was made in a variety of materials, from concrete, plaster, plastic, silicone and other durable materials.

This is his artistic and human contribution to truth on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

Ramo and Nermin Osmanovic was killed, and their bones were found. Nermin skeleton was found in a mass grave in Snagovo, near Zvornik, and Ramo’s at the opposite end – the Zeleni Jadar near Srebrenica. Ramo’s older son was killed on 6. July.

Both were buried in Potocari in Srebrenica

Reminds, the genocide of Srebrenica (the Srebrenica genocide) committed by Bosnian Serbs in July 1995 killing over 8,000 Bosniaks (men and boys)
It was the worst massacre in Europe after the Holocaust.


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