NATO CRIME CHRONICLE
March 31, 1999
The enemy NATO aviation bombed Pritina and numerous places in Kosovo and
Metohija. The missiles caused heavy damages in residential areas of Pritina. In
Kosovsko Pomoravlje they bombed empty facilities belonging to Yugoslav Army. A missile
exploded near a factory producing dry cells in Gnjilane.
During that attack a family house belonging to Trajan Moskic was completely destroyed
and a woman was badly injured. On several occasions the municipality of Vitina was bombed
all the missiles ended up in fields.
NATO aggressor fired seven missiles on the factory Sloboda in Cacak making
craters up to 15 meters deep. That was the third attack against this factory, this time
with tragic consequences. After this bombing all that is left of the factory the main
economic support of this area are only ruins.
For the second time criminal missiles of NATO fascists bombed Novi Sad. The missiles
missed the city and ended up in the fields of Futog and Kisac, inhabited places near the
largest city in Vojvodina.
March 30, 1999
During the night and in the early morning NATO criminals bombed several towns in Kosmet
and the very center of Pritina. Police headquarters in Pritina were hit as
well as the city dental polyclinics and main building of the Red Cross Organization.
Several prefabricated buildings were burnt down. Refugees from Kninska Krajina (Knin area)
more than twenty families thus remained without any housing and a couple of dozens
civilians were hurt. About twenty missiles were fired in Kosovsko Pomoravlje. Šakovica
was hit by two cruising missiles and on that occasion military barracks were hit. Many
homes, both Serb and Albanian are damaged, some of them flattened to the ground in
Šakovica. Catholic church St. Anton was damaged. The surrounding villages
were bombed: Malievo, Koretite, Pasjan, Parte and the others. In the
villages surrounding Gnjilane three civilians were injured, among them a woman with very
Two NATO missiles hit the barracks in Donji Sinkovac near Leskovac. The missiles caused
fire that was quickly extinguished. Great material losses were inflicted on military and
civilian installations. National Museum in Leskovac where there are numerous valuable
artistic exhibits was damaged, too.
The county of Pirot was attacked; several missiles were fired in the village
ljivovik that caused great material losses.
In the municipality of Gornji Milanovac the second missile fell down near the village
Brezna where there are no military or economic facilities.
The surroundings of Pancevo were bombed for the fifth time.
In the vicinity of the airport near Podgorica there were some detonations.
March 29, 1999
In Beograd the enemy airforces attacked mostly the area of Batajnica. During the same
attack some other targets within closer suburbs of Beograd were bombed as well. Two
missiles fell down close to the civilian airport in Surcin and that happened five minutes
after a civilian airplane had landed on the runaway. The village of Jakovo near Beograd
was bombed, too.
They also bombed wider area surrounding Cacak where the electrical appliances factory
Sloboda is located. They bombed the factory that is among the most successful
ones in Serbia, with about 5000 employees from the surrounding areas.
A NATO airforce airplane dropped the missile in Konjua village near Osecina and
the missile fell down on the field of Vojislav Milutinovic. A very unusual furrow was left
in the field a deep crater.
Sombor was attacked and the road leading from Sombor to Apatin was bombed. Three
detonations were heard from the mountain Fruka Gora.
The airport in Ni was bombed again. In that attack NATO forces used cluster bombs
that caused horrible injuries.
In Pritina the missiles were fired on the hill Veternik and the residential
suburb Ajvalija; both are inhabited primarily by Serb population. A very powerful
detonation thoroughly shook the journalists in Media Center in the Hotel
Grand. The NATO criminals fired eight missiles in Gnjilane region, aiming at five
purely Serb villages in the vicinity of the town.
In Crna Gora (Montenegro) a woman was killed and two children injured in the village of
Besnik which is far away from any kind of military facilities. A bomb with a very powerful
explosive charge fell down on a farm in the immediate surrounding of Cetinje the
capital and the most important cultural and historical treasury of Montenegro.
March 28, 1999
During the previous night NATO killer aircraft, furious for the losses they suffered by
the anti-aircraft defense of the Airforces of the Yugoslav Army as if in a blood thirsty
feast dived on Kosovo and Metohija. Targets in other parts of Serbia were bombed as well.
NATO aircraft systematically destroyed both military and civilian targets, without any
distinction, in Pritina. Nevertheless, the following civilian targets suffered the
worst damages. Two missiles hit the residential area Velanija and about twenty
family houses were damaged then. The Kosmet prevoz (Kosmet transport) garage
was destroyed and about ten buses were burnt down. A TV relay was hit, main building of
the construction company Binicka Morava that had accommodated OSCE mission
members was hit, too.
Dragan Barac a policeman from Ni was killed in Šakovica. Gnjilane was hit
with two very powerful missiles air cluster bombs banned by international
convention. Those bombs caused enormous material losses.
The airplane factory Utva Lola in Pancevo was bombed for the third time.
Serious material losses were caused in residential area surrounding the factory.
In Beograd, like the previous nights the targets were bombed in the wider surrounding
area of the city.
They also bombed the Macva County and Divcibare region.
It is estimated that the losses inflicted by the criminal NATO aircraft in Novi Sad
amount to 25 to 30 million Deutsche marks.
March 27, 1999
NATO missiles once again showered the largest towns in Serbia Beograd,
Pritina, Ni, Leskovac, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Cacak, Arandelovac, Gnjilane,
Aleksinac and Fruka Gora region.
In Beograd they bombed Sremcica where storehouse of chemicals was hit. On that occasion
some toxical chemicals were released and strong wind (Koava) spread them towards the
residential area of Zarkovo and Kijevo. In the suburb of Lipovica a fuel storage was hit
resulting in a large fire that spread to the surrounding forest. In Batajnica a
transformer station was hit so that the village had no electricity. NATO forces also
bombed military facilities in Jakovo, Lece, Ruanj, Bubanj Potok, Zuce,
Pinosava, Beli Potok, Rakovica, Majdan, Zarkovo and Zeleznik.
The fascist criminals dropped their bombs on the Memorial Park
umarice in Kragujevac. A German Tornado dropped four
missiles on the same place at which in 1941 the German fascists killed more than 7000
inhabitants of this town among which there were 300 pupils.
They also heavily attacked the military airport in Ladevci near Kraljevo. Missiles were
dropped on the nearby villages so that in the village of Milocaj several family houses
were damaged. Two missiles fell in the area of the village Cvetke while in the village
Otroci area an unexploded missile was found.
In Ni many military and civilian facilities were damaged. The military airport
was bombed and the runaway, hanger and two barracks were damaged. Many schools in Ni
and Prokuplje were damaged, the secondary technical school and the secondary school for
electrical technicians were seriously damaged in Ni. The worst losses and damages in
Prokuplje were inflicted to the elementary school May 9 and the school
facility in Babin Potok was damaged, too.
Once again Bukulja in Arandelovac was bombed. On that occasion the anti-hail protection
center that protects eighteen Serbian counties from that weather disaster
was damaged. The local TV and radio station relay was damaged, too.
Enormous material losses were caused by NATO bombing in Leskovac. Losses were reported
on 110 public and private facilities. The elementary school Kosta Stamenkovic
building at Hisar was badly damaged a missile hit the school gym.
A NATO missile exploded in Drenova village (Gornji Milanovac county) in the yard in
front of the house of Dragan Marinkovic. There are no either military or economic
facilities in the vicinity of that village.
Similar thing happened in a village near Cacak. During the NATO airforces attack a
partly exploded missile fell down in the yard of Miloljub Todorovic. The next morning a
crater four meters wide and two meters deep was found in front of the house. At the moment
of explosion nine members of the family were in the house, a two-year-old infant was among
During the NATO attack a TV transmitter at the mountain Mokra Gora was damaged,
March 26, 1999
With the first dusk the NATO death disseminators returned. Around one hundred cruise
missiles were fired supported by about one hundred aircraft. Civilian and military targets
in several towns throughout Yugoslavia were bombed: Pritina, Ni, Pancevo,
Kraljevo, Šakovica, Kosovska Mitrovica, Arandelovac, Danilovgrad, Gnjilane.
The following facilities were hit: The Faculty of Agriculture, Secondary School for
Agricultural Technicians, factory producing shock absorbers, and the Faculty of Mechanical
They bombed purely Serb villages of Gracanica with its 6 centuries old monastery and
Lukare. In the very center of the town of Ni a boulevard was demolished which
blocked the city traffic.
Once again the airplane factory Utva Lola in Pancevo was hit. The building
of the secondary school for agricultural technicians, company Minel oprema
(equipment), as well as about dozen houses and shops were hit in Pancevo.
About twenty missiles were dropped on Kraljevo.
NATO forces bombed the village of Grlic near Danilovgrad and there are no military
facilities around that village. Thick forest surrounding the village protected it from
even greater disaster and tragedy. Ljubica Simonovic, age 48, was injured.
March 25, 1999
In its first wave of criminal attacks NATO fascists hit the targets in Pritina,
Kurumlija, Uzice, Danilovgrad, Novi Sad, Pancevo and Podgorica.
NATO missiles hit some houses in Kurumlija, a number of civilians were wounded.
The biggest town in Vojvodina was hit by four missiles that missed the military target
and hit the residential area of the town. Larger damages were caused in the area called
Klisa and several citizens were wounded.
The airplane factory Utva Lola in Pancevo was hit, too.
Airport Slatina in Pritina and Golubovac near
Pritina were bombed, too.
Military facilities accommodating the families of the military officers that had fled
from the former Yugoslavia republics were also bombed. A number of women and children
living in those facilities were wounded, and some of them were killed.
The airplanes carrying death came from the airspace of Croatia, Hungary and