SERBIAN AIR STRIKES ON SREBRENICA
Serbian Air Strikes on Srebrenica
REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Staff of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces
RV and PVO / Air Force and Anti-aircraft Defence / Administration
Sarajevo, 19 January 1993.
REPORT ON THE AGGRESSOR'S AIR STRIKES ON SREBRENICA
between 7 January 1993 and 18 January 1993.
A total of 11 aeroplanes attacked the Srebrenica sector in this period.
On 7 January 1993 two fighter jets attacked Potocari village and Glogovi villages in the Srebrenica sector. They attacked with aerial bombs and then the same planes machine-gunned columns of refugees who were there.
On 10 January 1993 a fighter jet fired aerial bombs (RAB / high-impact aerial bombs/) in two raids on the Srebrenica sector.
On 11 January 1993 three fighter jets attacked with aerial bombs hitting the very centre of Srebrenica town, the Sase mine and Glogova village.
On 12 January 1993 two fighter jets attacked with aerial bombs hitting Potocari village in Srebrenica sector.
On 15 January 1993 three fighter jets fired aerial bombs (RAB / high-impact aerial bombs/) in several raids on the very centre of Srebrenica town.
The fighter jets were of Jastreb (J-21) make and they took off from the Ponikve airport near Titovo Uzice in the Republic of Serbia.
For the CHIEF OF THE RV and PVO ADMINISTRATION