SERB GENERAL: "I'LL BOMB LONDON!" (UNITED KINGDOM)
In May 1993, Bosnian Serb Army General Ratko Mladic issued a very serious terrorist threat against the western interests.
He warned the West not to intervene with air strikes against his forces and threatened revenge if they did.
"If they bomb me; I'll bomb London", Mladic said. On the possibility of UN military intervention on the ground, he said; "They can get in but they would not know how to get out ... whoever comes here would leave their bones here."
This threat was in addition to earlier threats against the United States. In 1992, Serbs threatened to conduct suicide bombings against the United States by flying planes into western targets (similar to September 11 attacks). Here is more info on earlier threats from unclassified CIA files:
"This August 1992 cable from the American Embassy in Belgrade reveals that the Bosnian Serbs openly threatened to conduct terrorist attacks against Western targets which included, but was not limited to nuclear power plants, using 'kamikaze pilots' and 'volunteers from friendly nations.' Who these volunteers were, assuming they existed is left unstated in the cable. I would presume they were, again assuming they were make-believe, members of the Serbian diaspora or Serbian underground in Europe, America, Australia, and elsewhere." See the bottom of "PAGE 03" of this unclassified CIA document:
"15. THE 'FOREIGN MINISTER' OF RADOVAN KARADZIC'S 'SERB REPUBLIC OF B-H,' ALEKSA BUHA, HAS TOLD REPORTERS THAT THE BOSNIAN SERBS HAVE 'VOLUNTEERS FROM FRIENDLY COUNTRIES' STANDING BY, READY TO HELP IN CASE OF WESTERN MILITARY INTERVENTION AGAINST SDS ['SERBIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY'] FORCES. ACCORDING TO LONDON TIMES CORRESPONDENT DESA TREVISAN, BUHA SAID THE SERBIAN ARMY OF B-H [BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA] WOULD, IF NECESSARY, SEND "KAMIKAZE PILOTS" TO STRIKE TARGETS IN WESTERN COUNTRIES, INCLUDING NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS."