POZAREVAC – The tenth anniversary of Slobodan Milosevic’s death was marked by wreath-laying on Friday as a reported 200 people visited his grave in Pozarevac.

The wreaths were laid by Movement of Socialists leader Aleksandar Vulin, Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj, Socialist Party of Serbia official Milutin Mrkonjic, Belgrade lawyer Toma Fila, ICTY convict Nikola Sainovic and former Yugoslav prime minister Momir Bulatovic.

The ten years that have passed since Milosevic’s death may not be sufficient for history to provide a definitive verdict on someone or the times in which they lived, but are more than sufficient to “dispel forever the lies that were said about them and based on which they were undermined”, Vulin told reporters.

Milosevic died in the ICTY detention unit on March 11, 2006.