12.04.99 Destruction of a passenger train by NATO aircraft.

18 years have passed since the beginning of NATO’s aggression against the state (Yugoslavia) of Serbia.

As a result of the NATO bombing, more than 2,000 civilians were killed, more than 7,000 people were wounded, 82 bridges, 422 tasks of educational institutions, 48 ​​medical facilities, vital facilities and infrastructure were destroyed and damaged, over 750,000 Yugoslavs became refugees, 2.5 million people. Total material damage from NATO aggression amounted to more than $ 100 billion.

During the NATO war against Serbia on April 12, 1999, when the railway bridge in the Grdelica area was bombed, the NATO F-15E aircraft destroyed the Serbian passenger train Belgrade-Skopje.

The definition of aggression adopted by the UN General Assembly in December 1974 (resolution 3314) clearly states: “It will be qualified as an act of aggression: the bombing by the armed forces of the states of the territory of another state. No considerations of any nature, whether political, economic, military or otherwise, can serve as an excuse for aggression. ”

// On March 24, a world precedent was created when a group of states (without having the support of the United Nations, the only world body deciding such questions), carried out aggression and destroyed the state of Yugoslavia. These events, as well as the Kosovo-occupied Kosovo, have forever changed the world map, and subsequently entailed violations of international law by many countries. First of all, due to the lack of punishment for crimes, a world precedent was created, where power and the media push the law to the last place.

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