(ANSAmed) – BELGRADE, MARCH 12 – Serbian premier Ana Brnabic, accompanied by numerous ministers of her government, this morning paid homage in Belgrade to former premier Zoran Djindjic, placing a wreath on the spot where the first head of government reformist in post-Milosevic Serbia and leader of the Democratic Party was killed 20 years ago. Zoran Djindjic was assassinated on March 12, 2003, shot from a distance with a silencer in the courtyard of the government building. In the past, two officers of the security services at the time were sentenced to 40 years in prison each for his murder, and numerous other sentences were handed down to people involved in the organization of the murder. However, the context and political responsibility for the assassination of Djindjic, who started the process of democratization of society and economic reforms in Serbia, which has just come out of the tragedy of the Balkan wars that upset the old socialist Yugoslavia, have never been clarified. (ANSAmed).
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