Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic pledged Saturday his commitment to reconciliation with Bosnian Muslims after he was chased from a ceremony marking the Srebrenica massacre 20th anniversary by an angry crowd throwing stones at him.
"I regret that something like this has happened. I regret that some did not recognise our sincere intention to build a sincere friendship between Serbs and Bosniaks (Muslims)," Vucic told reporters upon his return to Belgrade. "My hand remains outstretched (to Bosnian Muslims) and I will continue with my policy of reconciliation" between the two Balkan nations, he said.
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