The mural of the convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic in Aleksa Nenadovica Street in Belgrade will be removed on November 9, the founder of the Center for Humanitarian Law, Natasa Kandic, announced on her Twitter account.
She said that the mural has been on the building since the summer, and that the tenants of the building complained and asked for its removal, but that the authorities did not react.
The removal of the mural is scheduled for 4 pm.
The mural appeared in July on the corner of Njegoseva and Aleksa Nenadovica Streets, and then someone added red paint to his saluting hand, suggesting that Mladic's hand was bloody.
The red paint was then removed, and next to the mural it was written: “General, we thank your mother for having you.”
Ratko Mladic was sentenced to life imprisonment before the Hague Tribunal for genocide in east-Bosnian town of Srebrenica and crimes against humanity against non-Serbs during the 1992-1995 war in the country.