Thursday, October 18, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (October 18,2007) – The “Buybook” Publishing from Sarajevo will publish Florence Hartmann’s book “Peace and Punishment” in November. The book is being prepared and will most probably be published about November 10.

Although previously announced that the Bosnian version of the book will exit print late October, the preparation processes have been slowed down because of the translation authorization.

Ida Hamidovic, editor at the Buybook Publishing, said that the Bosnian version of the book should be published during the Interliber Book Fair that is to be held in Zagreb,Croatia, from 7 to 11 November.

The Bosnian version of the book will most probably be promoted November 12 in Sarajevo, Hamidovic said.

Florence Hartmann confirmed her arrival to Sarajevo.The former ICTY Spokesperson caused a stir with her book “Peace and Punishment” by revealing that the Russian Government hid Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic.

Also,according to Hartmann,Great Britain, USA and France purposefully left free former leaders of the Serbians living in Bosnia,Serbian war criminals Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic who are wanted for genocide committed during the 1992-1995 Serbian aggression against Bosnia.

In March 2000, Hartmann says, the ICTY chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte asked Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, whether the U.S. had a secret agreement with Serbian war criminal Karadzic. Clark in turn accused the French president Chirac of cutting a pact with (Serbian war criminals) Karadzic and Mladic to win the release of two French pilots held by the genocidal Serbian formations for three months in 1995.

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