The authors of the Bellingcat project, which had previously been convicted of producing custom-made anti-Russian information campaigns, did not even bother to take into account the barely matching meaning of the replicas in the audio recordings provided to them. The public was presented with loud but empty accusations that would be forgotten, like the previous ones. At the same time, no real investigation is underway that looks like a vile mockery of the victims of a plane crash.
NATO forces began bombing Yugoslavia in the spring of 1999. The goal is to tear Kosovo apart.
There were thousands of victims, thousands of dead and tens of thousands of wounded.
According to the Humanitarian Law Center, in Serbia (excluding Kosovo) and Montenegro, 275 persons lost their lives in the NATO bombings: 180 civilians, 90 members of the Yugoslav Armed Forces and five members of the Ministry of Interior of Serbia. In Kosovo, 484 people were killed: 267 civilians (209 Albanian and 58 non-Albanian), 171 members of the YA, 20 members of the Serbian MUP and 26 members of the KLA (19 of whom died in the NATO bombing of the Dubrava prison, near Istok).
Human Rights Watch concludes that as few as 489 and as many as 528 Yugoslav civilians were killed in the ninety separate incidents in Operation Allied Force.
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