PROMOVIRANA KNJIGA “OLOVO 1992.-1995. – STRADANJE I RAZARANJE HEROJSKOG OLOVA”

U četvrtak, 25.maja 2017. godine u sportskom centru Olovo promovirana je knjiga “Olovo 1992-1995. Stradanje i razaranje herojskog Olova”, autora dr. Rasima Muratovića, a u izdanju Instituta za istraživanje zločina protiv čovječnosti i međunarodnog prava Univerziteta u Sarajevu.

 

Knjigu su promovirali akademik, prof. dr. Ejup Ganić, akademik, prof. dr. Mirko Pejanović, akademik prof. dr. Smail Čekić i dr. Rasim Muratović, autor i direkor Instituta za istraživanje zločina protiv čovječnosti i međunarodnog prava Univerziteta u Sarajevu. Promociju je moderirao dr. Ermin Kuka.

 

Na promociji su se također obratili Fadil Karčić, komandant 1. Slavne olovske brdske brigade, Fahrudin Čolaković, ministar za boračka pitanja ZDK-a, kao i Đemal Memagić, načelnik Općine Olovo.

 

Promociji je prisustvovao veliki broj osoba iz političkog, kulturnog i vjerskog života, kao i nekoliko stotina građana Olova, učenika, pripadnika 1. Slavne olovske brdske brigade, porodice šehida i poginulih boraca i ratnih vojnih invalida.

 

English version:

 

PROMOTION OF THE BOOK „OLOVO 1992.-1995. – SUFFERING AND DESTRUCTION OF THE HEROIC TOWN OF OLOVO“

 

On Thursday, 25 May 2017 the book 'Olovo 1992 – 1995 – Suffering and Destruction of the Heroic Town of Olovo' by the author dr. Rasim Muratović was promoted at the Sports center of Olovo. It was published by the Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo.

The book was promoted by academicians, prof. dr. Ejup Ganić, prof. dr. Mirko Pejanović and prof. dr. Smail Čekić and dr. Rasim Muratović, author and direkor Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo. The promotion was moderated by dr. Ermin Kuka.

Fadil Karačić, commander of the 1st Olovo Mountain Brigade and Fahrudin Čolaković, Minsiter of Veteran Affairs and Đemil Memagić, Major of Olovo municipality also spoke at the promotion.

The promotion was attended by a large number of people from the political, cultural and religious life, as well as several hundred citizens of Olovo, students, members of the 1st Olovo Mountain Brigade, families of fallen soldiers and war invalids.

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